Golders Hill Park was opened to the public in 1898 and has been managed as a discrete and historically important part of Hampstead Heath by the City of London since 1989. Beautiful plant displays enhance the peaceful setting of the Mediterranean and water gardens, while the park houses a popular café. There is also a variety of leisure facilities including tennis courts, croquet lawn, golf practice nets, Butterfly House and a children’s play area.
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This is a lovely place for a family day out. It is very well maintained and has large, closely mowed playing fields; a deer enclosure; a small zoo; playgrounds for toddlers and bigger kids; a butterfly house (limited hours but very nice); a flower garden with walkways, benches, and bridges; and a pleasant cafe. I went here with the family for a summer afternoon and had a delightful time. It...more
This is a great Park, my girlfriend lives a few minutes walk away and on a summers day, we often go into the park for a nice stroll. At any entrance you will find an Ice Cream van, or if you can wait, you can find the store that sells the scoop ice cream.
This is a huge an a very well kept park. There hard and grass courts tennis courts, golf nets and an animal enclosure.
I love this park,...more