/ London / Places to Visit / Brockwell Park
Brockwell Park is a large hilly green parkwith a Lido, children's play area, paddling pool, cafe, flower gardens, sports facilities, BMX track and several ponds..
Brockwell Park is a large hilly green parkwith a Lido, children's play area, paddling pool, cafe, flower gardens, sports facilities, BMX track and several ponds.
+44 20 7737 49
The Dulwich Picture Gallery was the first purpose-built art gallery in England
Kennington Park is a small London park with some lovely flower gardens, historic trees, War Memorial, a Rastafarian Temple in St Agnes Place and a cricket ground
The Imperial War Museum is a memorial to the British martyrs of World War I, and traces British military history from the start of the war in 1914 to the present day, covering the Cold War, espionage activities and 'Crimes Against Humanity'
Clapham Common is a large and open green space with grass and scattered trees spread over 88 hectares in the heart of Clapham
Sydenham Hill Wood is a reserve that is the remnant of the hornbeam and oak woodland that once covered South London
Imposing building on the waterfront with a huge number of CCTV cameras and looks more fortified than a prison
The Horniman Museum is a fine museum with an eclectic Natural History collection of stuffed animals, an aquarium and world musical instruments from different eras on display in an Art Nouveau building
In an old church which is also hosted the tomb of Captain Bligh of The Bounty mutiny fame
The Lambeth Palace on the south bank of the Thames has been the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury since the 13th century