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The Bathing Ponds, London

Hampstead Heath has three notable outdoor bathing ponds.

Hampstead Heath has three notable outdoor bathing ponds. The Men's Pond and Women's Pond are both part of the line of small lakes on the eastern edge of the heath known as Highgate Ponds, and the Mixed Pond is part of Hampstead Ponds on the opposite side. Opening hours vary seasonally, so check before going.


Hours

Sun

7:30

17:00

Mon

7:30

17:00

Tue

7:30

17:00

Wed

7:30

17:00

Thu

7:30

17:00

Fri

7:30

17:00

Sat

7:30

17:00

About The Bathing Ponds

 Parliament Hill, Staffyard Highgate Road, Hampstead Heath, London NW5 1QR

 +44 20 7485 38

 www.cityoflondon.gov.uk

The Bathing Ponds and Nearby Sights on Map

Keats House

Keats House was home to John Keats from 1818 to 1820 until he travelled to Rome where he died at the age of 25

Burgh House and Hampstead Museum

Burgh House is a beautiful grade I listed 17th century Georgian building that today houses the Hampstead Museum

Kenwood House

Kenwood House is a stately Georgian villa with art by masters such as Rembrandt, Turner, Reynolds and Vermeer

Fenton House

The Fenton House is the oldest house in Hampstead, dating back to 1667

Parliament Hill (London)

This is a high part of the Heath with clear open vistas, and the views looking south over the city are quite wonderful

The Hill Garden and Pergola

The Hill Garden is a beautifully manicured hidden garden on West Heath, which was originally part of the gardens of 19th century Inverforth House built by Viscount Leverhulme

Hampstead Parish Church

The Parish Church of St John-at-Hampstead is a lovely 18th century church dedicated to St John the Evangelist

London Freud Museum

The former home of Sigmund Freud

Highgate Cemetery

Highgate Cemetery is burial ground of several noteworthy writers, poets, painters and princes, including Douglas Adams, George Eliot and Henry Moore

Camden Arts Centre

The Camden Arts Centre is a contemporary arts centre housed in a lovely Victorian mansion