Potters Fields Park lies on the southern side of the Thames between Tower Bridge and City Hall. It is one of the few remaining green open spaces along the riverside. A major refurbishment of the Park was completed in 2007 to transform it into a world class facility for the enjoyment of local businesses and workers, residents, tourists and other visitors to the locality. Designed by landscape architects Gross Max as a place for public events and private contemplation it is a park that reflects upon its own distinctive local history and provides a safe, clean and restful space within the bustle of the city.
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Bar none, this is the best park for a lazy weekend picnic in London.
Pick up some food and wine from the M&S Simply Food around the corner in More London, set up shop under the shade of a tree overlooking Tower Bridge and watch the world go by on the Thames.
When you run out of wine, pop over to the Krystals convenience shop on Tower Bridge Road (just walk up the steps on the east side of...more