Address: Brockwell Park, Herne Hill, London. SE24 9BJVisit the lovingly restored Bust of Thomas Lynn Bristowe MP – the man that put Brockwell Park into public ownership and to whom park users owe their deepest gratitude. The Bust was returned to Brockwell Park in Summer 2012 after a six decade absence by a partnership of local community groups. It is situated in the entrance of Brockwell Hall, where you can also grab a cup of tea and a slice of cake!
North – South orientation map – below. This shows the Park, its entrance/exit points and specific heritage features, play and sports facilities.
Travelling by public transport
The nearest overground train is Herne Hill. The nearest tube is Brixton. Nearby buses: 2, 3, 37, 68, 196, 201, 322, 415, 432, 468
Brockwell Park opens by 7.30am each morning.
Brockwell Park closes 15 minutes before sunset.
Entrance / Exit points
The Park has 13 entrance and exit points. These are:
- Cressingham Gardens Estate – 2 gates
- Brockwell Gate Estate
- Tulse Hill
- Arlingford Road
- Brixton Water Lane
- Brockwell Lido, Dulwich Road – 2 gates (one is an entrance for vehicles)
- Herne Hill
- Rosendale Road
- Norwood Lodge
- Brockwell Park Gardens – 2 gates (one is an entrance for occasional vehicles).