A large and popular public park giving its name to an area of north London.
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Finsbury Park, the actual park, is yet another of London's fine parks. Many miss it in their zombie-like quest for coffee and the tube station. This is a shame, as once you enter it, you can see that it really is a sizeable, pretty place.
The lake is very attractive, and you can hire out a boat with your sweetheart, or family, fairly cheaply. Once you've done a circuit around the central...more
Although not in the league of some of London's super parks, Finsbury Park is a Godsend to those living in the hustle and bustle of Haringey.
Standing at 112acres the park still has much to offer. There is a good mix of open space for informal sporting activity, formal gardens and avenues of mature trees. For tree enthusiasts there is an arboretum with a selection of unusual trees. As all good...more
I used to live in Finsbury Park the area and for pretty much the whole time was there I regretted how little use I made of the park itself. It is a large, handsome park that is well maintained. In addition to the large open green spaces it has tennis courts, a skating bowl, a boating pond, a running track, a children's playground, basketball courts, a baseball diamond, and an American football...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