Postman's Park

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4 out of 5 Based on 12 reviews

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Postman's Park

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4 out of 5 based on 12 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Postman's Park

5.0 out of 5 4 June 2013
by Alex S.

This is a gem of London. And better yet, a hidden gem.

I learned of Postman's Park after seeing the movie "Closer" a long time ago. This is where Jude Law's character, at the end of the film, realises that Natalie Portman had been lying to him the entire time. He sees her name, Alice Ayres, on a tile and knows he knows nothing about her.

The tile (which is really there, by the way) is part...more

5.0 out of 5 11 May 2013
by Carrie B.

Such a lovely hidden gem near St. Pauls. The can't-miss part of the park is a memorial wall with tiles commemorating those who lost their lives so others could live. It's beautiful, touching, and well worth a visit (I trekked here from north London to see it*). Benches, trees, a fountain... it's lovely.

*It's been on my to-visit list ever since I got to London last year; I first heard about...more

4.0 out of 5 11 March 2013
by Jessica H.

A really lovely little spot, made most famous by Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger, which I had been meaning to visit for a few years. Dedicated to those who have lost their own lives whilst saving others, this park has a certain eerieness, not alike a church or other religious spot, meaning it can be frustrating when you are trying to read the plaques or have a think and people are...more

4.0 out of 5 9 October 2012
by Ken M.

A hidden gem. It is a small park (super quiet and tranquil) with benches, trees, flowers and a koi pond. The main feature of the park is a memorial wall with decorative tiles which record the heroic deeds of ordinary Londoners who lost their lives to save others.

A great place to eat lunch, take a nap or read a book.


4.0 out of 5 15 July 2010
by Tisha B.

A park in the middle of the glass and concrete of St. Pauls where you won't a find a tourist in sight!

No as for office workers, that's a different story as this is a secret hideaway for the 9-5 drones. Myself included!

It has a koi pond, several grassy knolls to lay out on (when it's warm), a canopy with a memorial for acts of bravery PLUS its pretty well hidden.

Need to clear your head...more