Everything Else in Parks & Nature in London
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Its a really nice big park right in the centre of London covering an area between Bayswater, Mayfair and Kensington/knightsbridge. Perfect if you like picnics outside on summer days or a little tas... read more
London's Hyde Park is one of the greatest city parks in the world. Covering 142 hectares (350 acres) and with over 4,000 trees, a large lake, a meadow and ornamental flower gardens, there’s a good ... read more
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Very busy 50m open air swimming pool. £4.25 per person to enter, kids go free. Expect long queues on sunny days. Clean as a whistle inside. Better for small children is the adjoining paddling pool ... read more
London Fields – The Lido and Broadway Market London fields and Broadway Market is a top hipster hang out. Nonetheless, there are great restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. Market day is Saturday. Go... read more
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Escape city life for an afternoon and venture to Hackney City Farm, situated between Broadway Market and Columbia Road. Explore the farmyard where you will find many animals, gardens and butterfly ... read more
Sweet Italian cafe set amidst farmyard animals, from sheep to chickens, goats, and donkeys. Good to combine with Columbia Road flower market on a Sunday morning. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am-4pm.
A sweet little City farm, well worth a visit if you fancy seeing some pigs, chickens, turkeys, geese, sheep and rabbits, followed by brunch or a quick coffee. Free entry, and near to Broadway Market.
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Gorgeous park with 50 metre open air lido (swimming pool), tennis courts and an excellent FREE paddling pool (tucked in behind the lido). There are 2 playgrounds for kiddies and some lovely pubs. G... read more
London Fields little park is the place to see and be seen if you are the arty - foodie and music type :) One of the few open BBQ spaces in London is situated in the south part of the park so on a ... read more
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Tooting Bec Lido is an open-air fresh water swimming pool in South London. It is the largest swimming pool by surface area in the United Kingdom, being 100 yards long and 33 yards wide. Wikipedia A... read more
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The Parkland Walk is a 2.5-mile linear green walkway in London, which follows the course of the railway line that used to run between Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace, through Stroud Green, Crouc... read more
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Hidden behind a wooden wall is a secret little garden, lit u at night with fairy lights, serving pizzas and cakes, beer and wine, or bring your own food and have a little secret picnic in the hidde... read more
This is a great spot for craft beer and pizza baked in an earthen stove. It is set in a garden on a barren land occupied by the community and an excellent start to an evening in Dalston as the fair... read more
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Welcoming green spot off Brick Lane. Meet Bayleaf the donkey and a loveable pair of hairy hogs among others. Homegrown produce, homely café, laid-back weekend festivals, and kids Wild Club.
So cool! They have donkeys, ducks, pigs, chickens; little gardens; activities; fresh produce etc etc and its next to another little park which is perfect for stretching out in...
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The most tranquil place you could find in the middle of a concrete jungle! You can go there for breakfast/lunch, take a horse riding lesson, visit the in house animals, or simply to take a break!
One of the best of London’s city farms, if only for the incongruous vista of grazing cows and sheep juxtaposed against the looming skyscrapers of Canary Wharf.
Walk to the farm. Cows, pigs, horses, llamas, chickens, sheep on the meadows... a whiff of muck - all in a city. Kids tours organized. There is a cafe with lovely cake.
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Lovely little riverside city farm with pigs, cattle, goats and other animals and a very good (though a little pricey in our opinion) cafe restaurant - good quality food.
Take your kids to a farm right in the middle of East London, this is probably the central most farm in the city where you can see farm animals, buy organic food and relax in a local cafe.
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Great to wander along, jog or hire a Barclay's bike if you feel like exploring a little further. Lots of cool cafes if you go east
London’s canal system is a marvel of industrial engineering. Over 200 years old, it no longer acts as a commercial artery into the heart of London from the countryside, but instead has become a net... read more
Lovely to walk past Broadway market on a Saturday or Colombia Flower market on a Sunday and reach the canal, walk down past cafes and bars and imbibe East London!
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Huge Common with shops, pubs and cafes attached to it (on Bellevue Road). There is also a children's park over the bridge to the right. Great space for walkers, dog walking or jogging. There's also... read more
It's a 7 minute walk from the house and makes for a nice walk in the woods, past ponds, there are tennis courts, small trails and plenty of grass to picnic in. The Hope pub is on the edge there if ... read more
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Filled with choreographed fountains (1,080 water spouts, operating 8am-8pm daily, and lit in many colours at night), the square’s terracing down to the canal is populated most sunny days. No wonder... read more
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A disused, raised railway line takes you from inside Finsbury Park to Highgate Wood and beyond to Muswell Hill.A great easy access walk for buggies or limited mobility.An unseen angle on North London!
Great woodland walk, especially with a coffee in hand, and wagging doggies - you are welcome to borrow ours at any time!
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In 2012 London Wetland Centre was voted Britain's Favourite Nature Reserve in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards. The centre is renowned amongst UK ornithologists for its rich wetland habitats.
Belongs to the National Wetlands Trust Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary Has birdwatchers Hide Check it out Online for more info Cafe Childdren's entertainment Car Park Special "Duck Bus" No. 283 from H... read more
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This clean water supply system for London dates back to 1602. The pathway running alongside it is a great, hidden way to walk down to Upper Street.
The New River was a canal built in the 1800s to bring water into London. What os left of it forms a walking path (if you can follow it) which begins nearby and winds north through London.
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London Wildlife Trust has created a garden space on an historic site nestled between the New River and East Reservoir in Stoke Newington.
Wonderful opportunity to see birds and boats for a quiet walk around somewhere that feels completely removed from London
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A really nice walk along the river towards Rotherhite which gives a great view along the river.
The Thames Path is a National Trail that follows the River Thames path - 184 miles long! Starting near its source near Kemble in Gloucestershire finishing at the Thames Barrier near Charlton.
The sign-marked Thames Path starts in East London and lets you walk along the riverside all the way to West London, passing many attractions. Just head to the river and look for signposts!
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For Nature lovers, Aquatic life, Garden shop, an All-age-friendly environment with lots of Greenery and the River Wandle that stems from the Thames!
This is a beautiful walk taking in some beautiful gardens, streams, a farm and even a garden centre and watermill at the end. Perfect for fishing, cycling and picnics.
Large park managed by the National Trust. Fantastic for a walk as there's large parkland, waterways and formal rose gardens. There's also a Garden Center & Cafe. Events often take place here in summer
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Great for a picnic. It has an excellent water playground for the hot summer days or a normal playground for the not so hot days.
GREAT park for kids with lots of climbing frames, swings and a great water park in the summer. There are also tennis courts that can be hired by the hour and a large green space to play football o... read more
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A 20-min walk away gives you a walk through the woods with meandering paths, a folly, a bat cave and loads of happy wandering.
Not a large wood but Dulwich is fortunately very green for a London suburb and if you want to go forage in the woods this is the place to go.
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Venue for the 2012 Olympic Rowing and Kayaking events. Wonderful walks and stunning views of Windsor Castle.
Dorney Lake is located near the village of Dorney, Buckinghamshire and is a purpose-built rowing lake. It is around 3 km west of Windsor and Eton and close to the River Thames.
You can cycle, walk, skate, jog and skate board around this lake. It's scenic and quiet. The 2012 Olympic rowing was held here