About Festival Park
The Festival Park site was once the home of a coal mine and was
landscaped for the 1986 Garden Festival. After the end of the
festival, the site sat dormant for quite some time but in the early
1990's was brought and redeveloped into a thriving leisure,
business and retail park.
Shopping at Festival Park
From children's goods to high fashion and pet essential to
electronics, Festival Park is Stoke on Trent's go to destination.
Offering free parking throughout the site as well as a huge choice
of shops, it is one of the largest shopping sites in Stoke on
Trent. There is also a wide choice of fine dining, from classic big
names to traditional English dining - ideal for the whole
Leisure at Festival Park
There isn't a taste which isn't catered for at Festival Park.
The site is home to Waterworld, the UK's largest indoor swimming
and Aqua Park with slides, attractions and the country's first
As well as Waterworld, you'll also find an 8 screen cinema, a
dry ski centre and a 300 bedroom hotel with a gym, restaurant and
swimming complex on site.
Given the huge amount of choice in entertainment and retail
therapy it is little wonder that so many people choose to make
Stoke the first or last stop of an exhilarating day out.