A large and popular public park giving its name to an area of north London.
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Great place to walk and go to get away from it all. It's a lovely and big park which is usually buzzing with activity, but usually not too busy either. It's lovely to see people doing exercise or kids playing.
There are lots of lovely trees and also some great pubs around there which are worth stopping at for a drink or a hot choccie!more
I love this park.
It's located at the end of my road, just a few seconds walk from Finsbury Park tube/train station and the the sane distance from Manor House tube. Making it very accessible.
There's plenty of space for sun bathing, playing sports and having picnics!
I love to run in this park. The road inside the park creates a natural running route, which you can freshen up by following...more
My first time in Finsbury Park (the "park" park) would also be my first time in Finsbury Park (the neighborhood). I had no idea it was a nice area, resembling more of Islington than notorious neighbor Seven Sisters to the East.
London has plenty of parks, but I must say this was a great find for a non-popular area. Nice spacious fields, winding paths, plenty of amenities and never felt too...more
Great place for a stroll or a picnic or a game of frisbee. Pick up a filled bagel from the Happening Bagel Bakery across Seven Sisters Road and bring a book or a friend for a lovely afternoon on one of those rare sunny days.more
confession time I'm not reviewing the whole park (although the whole park is perfectly pleasant) but the boating lake. YES, Finsbury park has a boating lake! Who knew? I certainly didn't and I urge you to go!
I've been to smarter boating lakes Regents and Hyde parks have their charms I suppose but there's something adorable about the ramshackleness of finsbury park, and it's pretty cheap,...more