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.
Parliament Hill, Staffyard Highgate Road, Hampstead Heath, London NW5 1QR
Nearest Transit: Hampstead Heath (Lines: London Overground)
+44 20 7485 38
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