Cornwall Park is an ever-changing landscape in the centre of the city. It used to be a private farm but was kindly gifted to the city years ago, so everyone can enjoy it now. I love to stroll around the bottom of the hill and look at the gardens and farm animals, such as cows and sheep. In the springtime, there are even baby lambs!
Alternatively, you can climb to the top of the hill and check out the monument. The view at the top is well worth the hike up. If you’re lucky to be visiting in the summer months, there are often live jazz sessions at the band rotunda on weekends. And when you're done exploring, you can always drop by one of the cafés to enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat.
Looking for lambs.
You can chill on the deck chairs that are available all over the park.
The walk up the hill looks daunting, but is well worth it.