Golders Hill Park

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Golders Hill Park

West Heath Avenue
Finchley Road
NW11 7QP
+44 (0)20 7332 3511
Yelp Reviews

4.5 out of 5 based on 15 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Golders Hill Park

5.0 out of 5 22 July 2016
by Henri R.

A lovely little park just off Hampstead Heath. I'm always surprised about how big it is. It's got a beautiful garden area, a fun playground area for kids, a little cafe and a small zoo to name a few things.

I've been about half a dozen times and it's never been that busy compared to other London parks.

Well worth the visitmore

5.0 out of 5 8 May 2016
by Tejel P.

Lovely day at the park for a picnic. It was my first time visiting. There is minimal pay and display car Parking close by (I think £4 for 3 hours) as its mostly permit parking. After driving round, I managed to find free parking just a few roads away, on Wycombe gardens off Finchley Road. This was a 5 minute walk to the park entrance...Perfect! At the entrance was an ice cream van, which was...more

4.0 out of 5 30 September 2015
by Susan L.

Seven days ago, we spent several hours walking all around Golders Hill Park, the West Heath and Hampstead Heath (see my separate review for the latter). It was all lovely, but Golders Hill Park has lots of beautiful flowers and they were still in bloom. There's even a small zoo. Also, we ate lunch at the Brew House Café (see my separate review).more

4.0 out of 5 30 March 2015
by Teresa C.

I've lived near Hampstead Heath for over two years now, and never knew this part of the heath existed until this past weekend!

Even though the weather wasn't great, we still had a lovely time walking around the park, and I loved the free zoo!

There's also a charming little cafe that serves really good coffee and cake (the italian pastry I had was delicious!). They serve traditional Italian...more

4.0 out of 5 12 June 2013
by Carrie W.

I really like this park. A lot. It's well-marked with signs pointing to the animal enclosures, public toilets, etc. Except for one thing, but I'll get to that.

It's a small, manageable park with winding pathways and gorgeous trees and flowers. Even on a gloomy day like today was, it still felt like a glorious escape from the city. The butterfly house was tiny, but I used to work at the Bronx...more

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