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   PRESTON PARK & ROCK GARDEN
 
Preston Park is probably the most well-known park in Brighton bring situated on the London Road and an important landmark for visitors travelling into Brighton from the north.
There are 63 acres of parkland incorporating beautiful bedding schemes which can be seen from the main road. There is also a formal rose garden, six bowling greens and 12 tennis courts in the park, plus a children's playground, a croquet lawn, a garden for the blind and a small pond with stepping stones.
The Rotunda Cafe is open Easter-end of October, 10am-6pm.
Opposite Preston Park, on the other side of the London Road, is The Rockery, the largest municipal rock garden in Britain, containing wonderful plants and built with 1,350 tons of Cheddar stone. It is reputed that the design of the garden is similar to that of the popular Willow Pattern.  

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