Endcliffe Park is located 2 miles south-west of Sheffield City Centre, off Rustlings Road S11, and is part of the Porter Valley Parks sequence.
It is 15 hectares, and was acquired in stages in 1885, 1887 and 1927.
Listed on English Heritage's National Register of Historic Parks & Gardens
Grade II listed features: Toll Gates, Jubilee Monument, Jubilee Obelisk, Pavilion & Lodge, Statue of Queen Victoria
Ducks and waterfowl
Statues and sculptures
The Park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
The main entrances to Endcliffe Park are off Hunters Bar and Rustlings Road, where some public car parking is available within the park.
Public Transport details from Travel South Yorkshire.