Mayflower Park

Address:
Southampton, SO15 1AG
Founded in:
1930
  • Rooms & halls:
    1
About The Venue

Mayflower Park is a public park in Southampton, UK. It is constructed on land that has been reclaimed from flat flats during the 1930s. These lands originally housed the western docks with the location being known as the Royal Pier Recreation Ground.  The venue has been the hosting site of the Southampton Boat Show since 1969.

Mayflower Park was constructed on reclaimed land from mud flatlands in the 1930s. It was originally known as the Royal Pier Recreation Ground and at least until 1955, part of it was used as an illegal car parking site. During the same year, the park was renamed to Mayflower Park and refurbished. The name of the park is derived from the name of the historic ship Mayflower. It is the vessel on which the Pilgrim Fathers sailed in 1620 when travelling to America. The venue can be reached in 20 minutes by car from Southampton Airport.

 

How to get to Mayflower Park
On foot

Southampton Airport – not advisable

Southampton Central Station – 20 mins via Harbour Parade

By Car

Southampton Airport – 20 mins via A335 and A33

Southampton Central Station – 6 mins via Harbour Parade

By public transport

Southampton Airport – 55 mins via U1C transport

Southampton Central Station – 15 mins via Quayconnect or U1C transport

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