Blackheath's common, which dates from the Middle Ages, supports a number of rare plants.
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Blackheath is such a lovely place...! Soo many different little shop. A very popular place to be in and when is it sunny Ohh! everybody is out on the heath.. Nice...more
Blackheath is lovely! especially if you happen to catch it on a sunny day.
Blackheath is big green lawn mowered open space, with a pretty church on the heath to match.
If you do catch it on a summers day, you will see children flying kites and ice cream vans about as well. Its definitely good for picnics as well.
I also heard they have one of the best fireworks displays in London around the...more
I'll focus mainly on the heath itself as this would turn out to be a review of some considerable length if I incorporate the whole inner suburban village of Blackheath.
The heath is really nice.
Not much to it, just big patches of grass but still really nice. A spired church is the only building upon the heath and even that's right in a corner.
A nice place to visit in the warm months with...more
Sometimes you just need to get out of central london, and Blackheath is the perfect place to go if you want big open space and some great local shops.
The heath is a great picnic spot and is just past some deli and cafe shops from the rail station so you can pick up some good grub on the way. There's a host of bars around the edges and even a nice little microbrewery! It's a great family...more
Blackheath is a beautifully large, open expanse of grass that sits between Greenwich and Lewisham.
In summer it is a haven for people to relax in the sun or partake in activities.
It is believed the name of the heath derived from its use as a burial ground for those who perished with the plague in the 1600s.
If you want somewhere to relax in the sun and you are in the area it is a great...more