Postman's Park

Postman's Park is a small green space in the heart of the City of London, mainly used by local office workers as a peaceful spot for lunch. Read More
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Postman's Park is a small green space in the heart of the City of London, mainly used by local office workers as a peaceful spot for lunch.

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Postman's Park

Address
Little Britain
London
EC1A 4AS

Yelp Reviews

9.00 out of 5
based on 13 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Postman's Park

5.0 out of 5
11 May 2013
by Carrie W.

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
09 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.

Shhhhhhhhhhh. more

4.0 out of 5
08 July 2016
by Daniel F.

Not a huge park. Not a noticeable park. Blink and you might miss it in passing. Not a lot is seating in park. But what stands this 'park' apart is the historic plaques and history behind it.

That it shows plaques depicting how brave people gave up their lives and died for others is astounding. Humbling. Heart warming. The stories behind it are more than just the words you see, and though we... more

5.0 out of 5
13 January 2017
by Laura A.

Off the beaten path, this quiet little park contains the incredibly toughing Watt's Memorial to Heroic Sacrifice. It is a beautiful shrine the empathy and heroism, and brave Victorian men, women, and children who would otherwise have been completely forgotten by history. more

5.0 out of 5
28 May 2015
by Jonathan V.

Lovely little park! It is bigger than you would expect with lots of seating scattered throughout. As it is adjoining the church it is beautifully quite.

The garden is well looked after with freshly planted beddings and manicured lawns.

I would definitely come and enjoy it again! more

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