This large, ancient park sits upon one of the highest points in London, offering some of the best views of the city.
The park includes Parliament Hill, Golders Hill Park (zoo and butterfly house), an open air Lido, swimming ponds, and wide expanses of grassland and ancient woodland. Pack a picnic and have a dip in one of the swimming ponds and see for yourself why Hampstead Heath has inspired countless films, books and poems from Karl Marx and The Kinks to Notting Hill.
Farm and charity organization in Lambeth with a focus on the local community, educational activities, riding lessons, animal therapy, and more. Come say hi to the animals and enjoy a peaceful escape from city life.
“The views are incredible and you can’t help but be inspired.” -Million Miles
“Stoke Newington – Excellent pubs, cafe’s and parks and populated by lots of musicians and dogs.” – Circa Waves
“London Fields – In the summer this park turns becomes ones of the busiest; full of dogs and BBQs it backs onto Broadway Market which has some of the best street food, pubs and restaurants around.” – Circa Waves
“The Parkland Walk behind Finsbury Park that goes all the way to Alexandra Palace. It’s an old disused railway line that cuts through the hustle and bustle of the city that gives you a moment of peace as well as some amazing views over the city.” – Circa Waves