Wander through the gardens and wide, open meadows of Brockwell Park in south London.
Explore the formal flower beds, walled flower garden and ornamental ponds in this hilly landscape, once the private residence of a London glass merchant.
As you stroll along the paths, look out for the Tritton Clock Tower, donated to the park in 1897 to mark Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. Other attractions in the park are Brockwell Lido, an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a Grade II-listed art deco building, and Brockwell Hall, a Georgian country house.
Let the little ones loose in the children’s playground or take them for a spin on the ride-on miniature railway. There is also a BMX track where you can work on your cycling skills.
Prices and opening times
Monday to Sunday: 7.30am to 15 minutes before sunset.
- Payment Facilities
- Free entry