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“Nice green.. Very family friendly.. ”
Review of Queen's Park

Queen's Park
Ranked #743 of 1,851 things to do in London
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Useful Information: Activities for young children, Food available for purchase, Bathroom facilities, Activities for older children
Reviewed May 29, 2016 via mobile

We visited as tourists passing through the area for picnic.. Nice green park.. Very family friendly..

Thank Robin K
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Reviewed February 9, 2016

I have been coming here for 40 years. This is a lovely park with a really nice pitch and putt course during the summer plus tennis courts and a children's farm. There is a small and formal quiet garden in the South East corner plus various exercise machines for those inclined that way.

For small childern there is a large adventure playground plus a paddling pool during the summer holidays. The central grass area is plenty big enough for ball games and the srping daffodil display is always worth seeing.

There is a wild area at the Nortern boundry plus a bandstand which does not seem to be used regularly now.

The cafe is a little disappointing and very expensive. There are toilet facilities there and at the South West corner.

Thank sheepygold
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Reviewed August 17, 2015 via mobile

Queens Park is a friendly park. You don't get lost in it. It is long and narrow, from nearly any spot in the park you see the beautiful houses surrounding it. It has a big lawn, an excellent play area with playgrounds and a paddling pool, a band stand, a cafe and more. A relaxing and pleasant green space in one of London'd multi-cultural neighborhoods.

Thank Arielle L
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Reviewed July 14, 2015

Visited with kids last week, nice hot sunny day - great clean play area for kids, zip wire, etc....

Paddling pool looked fab but we didn't use it...

Cafe is great for all day breakfast and drinks etc...

Well maintained and clean park.

Thank Craigside
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Reviewed April 6, 2015

I have been at Queen's Park on Easter's Day, and I had a delightful walk.
The weather was sunny and warm, ideal to have some quality time outdoor.
The Park, its self, is quite small but as enough space to walk, run, play games with balls or just seat on the grass enjoying sunshine.
The Park is furnished with Tennis courts, mini golf court and playgrounds. Furthermore, is ideal for the youngers to meet small farm animals for the first time. In fact, there is a small area with some cute species. You will find bunnies, hens and coats. Children can walk around the cages safely, and after the visit wash them small hands in little sinks at kids height before exiting the cute zoo.
I will recommend visiting Queen’s Park in a sunny day otherwise you can easily get muddy if you walk outside the designed pathways.

Thank Elena F
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