- Holland Park has a reputation as an affluent and fashionable area, known for attractive large Victorian townhouses, and high-class shopping and restaurants
- Holland Park is about 22 hectares (54 acres) in area
- The park contains a famous orangery, a giant chess set, a cricket pitch, tennis courts, a Japanese garden, a youth hostel, one of London’s best equipped children’s playgrounds, squirrels and (impressively for a London park) peacocks.
Combining attractive landscaping and a range of wildlife habitats, Ravenscourt Park has an excellent array of leisure facilities, including a wide variety of play equipment, tennis and basketball courts, an all weather pitch, a popular tea-house and garden centre.
Lampton Park Hounslow is one of the largest green areas in west London, taking up a large area of central Hounslow. For many years this area of land has been one of the principal places of trading, meeting, recreation and relaxation for the people of the borough. The park is diversely landscaped with some areas … Continue reading
Russia Dock Woodland is one of the most stunning park in East London. It is based near Canada Water Station, with easy access to central London. It is ecological park with a huge variety of plant, animal and bird, some of them very rare. Originally a dock was used to importing timber from Russia, Norwey … Continue reading
Walking along the park is very relaxing and there are varies of attractions. There are a lot of things to see and do in the Gunnersbury Park such as the museum, open grass space, historic buildings, lakes, children’s play area, woodland walks, boat house, sports facilities (tennis courts, rugby pitches, cricket square, football pitches, bowling … Continue reading
The park offers lots of wildlife and wide open spaces. You can enjoy beautiful landscapes and snap amazing photographies. What to do on sunny afternoon? Haad straight to Greenwich Park, the hills and trees provides a perfect area for a walk. There is also lots of facilities. On the lower level: children playground and boating … Continue reading
In 1998 the Park received £2.5 million Heritage Lottery Fund and the large parts of the park had been refurbished. The park covers 63 acres and it was designed by Alexander McKenzie (who also landscaped Finsbury Park). Southwark Park offers amazing open spaces perfect for walking, cycling, picnics or enjoying the scenery. There is also … Continue reading