Victoria Park is located in Mid City and is bounded by Pico Boulevard on the north, the rear lot lines of Victoria Avenue on the east, Venice Boulevard on the south and West Boulevard on the west. It is bisected by Victoria Park Drive. The West Adams Heritage Association considers Victoria Park to be part of Historic West Adams. Lafayette Square and Wellington Square are just to the south. Windsor Square and Hancock Park are to the north.
Victoria Park has three Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments.
On September 18, 1998, the Craftsman home at 4318 Victoria Park Place was added to the list of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments. It was built in 1912 and is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #654.
On August 15, 2007, the Holmes-Shannon House at 4311 Victoria Park Drive was added to both the National Register of Historic Places and the list of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments. Built in 1911, it is described as "a residential building designed in the Tudor-Craftsman style by a prominent firm and reflective of the development of Victoria Park". It is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #885.
On August 12, 2014, the Charles C. Hurd Residence, located at 4359 Victoria Park Place, was added to the list of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments. Built in 1909, the Charles C. Hurd Residence is a single-family home built in the Arts and Crafts Tudor Revival style. It is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #1073.
A number of homes in Victoria Park have served as locations for feature films and TV shows, including the film L.A. Confidential, Insidious, This Christmas and 2014 episodes of Teen Wolf.