Child Friendly Parks

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Clissold Park; Clissold House, Off Church Street/ Green Lanes, London N16 9HJ – Clissold Park and Clissold House | Hackney Council

Clissold Park is the perfect place to take the kids especially if they’re animal lovers! With its own aviary and animal enclosures you’ll expect to find Deer’s, goats and more!

Golders Hill Park; West Heath Ave, London NW11 7QP – Golders Hill Park – City of London

This beautifully landscaped park has something for everyone but it is especially known for it zoo! You’ll also find on the grounds a café, tennis courts, a children’s playground, all weather table tennis and a bandstand!

Holland Park; Ilchester Pl, London W8 6LU – Holland Park | Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (

Holland Park offers the perfect setting to go on a nice family stroll. There is multiple areas of woodland filled with wildlife for the children to hunt down and maybe even identify! There are also some lovely gardens to walk through and just take in the wonderful plants from across the globe.

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Mile End Children’s Park and Pavilion; 106 Locksley St, Limehouse, London – Mile End Park (

Mile end Children’s Park is a great way to spend the day! Within the Park itself there’s a wide range of exciting resources meaning there’s something to do no matter what the weather! Some of the resources include Stadium, Climbing wall, Children’s Park, Leisure Centre (with soft play) and more!

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Richmond Park; Holly Lodge, Richmond TW10 5HS –  Richmond Park – Richmond Park – The Royal Parks

Richmond Park have received some new lodgers – The herd of deer that used to live at Greenwich Park have moved over! Why not head on over and see how they’ve settled into their new home!

Female deer with her young in Bushy Park Credit Cathy Cooper

Finsbury Park; Endymion Road, London N4 1EE – Finsbury Park | Haringey Council

Finsbury Park is great for all the family on a warm summer’s day! With a designated picnic area, skatepark, zip wire, café, boating lake and a wide variety of places for sporting activities – you won’t be disappointed!

Madchute Park and Farm; Pier Street, Isle Of Dogs, London E14 3HP – London city farm Mudchute Park and Farm

Kitted out with over 100 farm animals you’ll have an old MacDonald of a time! You can also book a farm tour where a member of staff will take you around the farm and explain more about the livestock, landscape and how the farm works!

Battersea Park; Albert Bridge Road, London SW11 4NJ – Battersea Park Children’s Zoo (

Battersea Park is a great place to take the kids! In the park itself it has its own zoo which is great for little ones as it isn’t too big so won’t overwhelm them with all the different animals and it won’t involve a lot of walking! Battersea Park zoo have a wide variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.

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Coram’s Fields; 93 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH – Coram’s Fields: Sports (

Coram’s Field is the perfect place for sport loving families! The park is fully kitted out with a Long Jump landing pit, table tennis, basketball and netball courts and football pitches that all young people can use for free while visiting the park! The park also offers their own sports programme during both term time and school holidays.

Trent Country Park; Cockfosters Road, Barnet EN4 0PS – Trent Country Park

Trent Country Park is great for families that love woodland and adventuring! What’s great about this park though is that it the Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service operates from within the park and it is dedicated to helping sick and injured animals and birds. (HOME | wras (