Visit Brockwell Park

Address: Brockwell Park, Herne Hill, London. SE24 9BJ

Visit 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!

Maps

North – South orientation map – below. This shows the Park, its entrance/exit points and specific heritage features, play and sports facilities.

Brockwell Park map

A functional map of the Park is below (with thanks to Peter Gibbons for the design).

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

Click here to get directions to the park from Transport for London; Click here to find trains to Herne Hill station.

Opening times

Brockwell Park opens by 7.30am each morning.

Closing times

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).

3 Responses to Visit Brockwell Park

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  2. roy taylor says:

    Glad to see Brockwell Park is still going strong. We kids (myself, sister, and neighbouring children) spent many weekends and school holidays in the 1950s and 1960s playing in the park on our own, which was quite safe in those days. Our favourite occupations were climbing trees and getting chased by the park keepers! Have happy memories of the band concerts and the concert parties in the summer.

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