Peel Park is a large public park in Bradford, one of its many scenic green spaces. It is Bradford’s very first public park and an English Heritage site, founded in 1853. There are a number of historical landmarks dotted throughout the park, including some of the entrances and statues that date from the 19th century, as well as a listed lodge. There are also some drinking fountains that sport attractive Victorian architecture. As you make your way through the park, stop by the lake for a picturesque break, and to spot some local wildlife. Peel Park is a lovely and relaxing green space but also offers recreation for thrill-seekers: in the park, you can find a large skate park if you want to pull off some tricks.