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
This park is ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!! It's pretty small and walkable in around 30-45 minutes if you take a slow stroll and look at all the animals that are in the park. There's a small pond that freezes over in the wintertime, and the ducks just hang out and sit over the ice, it's pretty funny and cute :) There's a small section with a deer enclosure, tennis courts, croquet lawn, golf practice...more
One of London's top notch parks. It has a great cafe serving delicious cakes and lunches as well as fabulous ice creams (in summer). The park also has a mini-zoo containing all sorts of cute, furry and outlandish creatures. There is plenty of open ground, a tree nursery, a formal landcsaped garden and a water garden - it has a lot! Well worth a visit if you're in the neighbourhood. There is...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
Golders Hill Park is right next to Golders Green Tube station, so is very accessible. Once you arrive you'll see a lovely cafe to your right, which has the best ice cream I have tasted in London from coconut to honey comb. The most delightful part of the park is the nature reserve, which houses lots of different animals including birds and deers. There is a dense wooded area, but I wouldn't...more