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Bishop's Park, London

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#40 of 159 in Parks in London
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  • Bishop's Park is a long, thin park running along the Thames near Fulham. It has some pretty landscaped areas, a pond, playing fields, and Fulham Palace right next to the park has nice grounds and a go...  more »
  • Bishop's Park in Fulham is a little gem hidden between the Thames, Putney Bridge, Fulham Palace Road and Craven Cottage. It's a great place to take young kids all year round. Of particular interest ar...  more »
  • A beautiful park where it is possible to walk with the family. Dogs can run, and the children can play in the playground. It is ideal for sunny days.
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  • Beautiful park with sand pit, view of river, playground for children, basketball court and skater section and bishops house. Lovely would definitely recommend. We always visit on a sunny day.
  • Abutting the Thames this Park has superior children’s amenities including playgrounds, cafe, an ‘urban beach’, splash pool and skate bowl. An ornamental pond, large ‘meadow’ and sports facilities among a medley of well-maintained ‘parkish’ diversions. The Thames path here is outdated and detracts from an otherwise top-notch destination.
  • Lovely park with something for everyone. A nice enclosed dog exercise area suitable for most dogs. Not very large ones as the fence is only about 1m high and not for very small ones are the bars are about 10cm apart.
  • Classic horror film buffs, take notice: this is where that priest in The Omen, being chased by the evil forces, tries to shelter from a impending storm but ends up (alert: incoming spoiler!) impaled by a falling lightning rod from the church nearby! Sun tan seekers, dog walkers, weekend photographers and the like: rest assured you'll end up coming a second, third time after your first visit - just like it happened to me when I lived in Fulham, so attractive are the views of the Thames, Putney, the church gardens and some parts of the park itself.
  • Beautiful, large park. Good playground for kids and small fields for dogs to run around. Could be considered small when compared to other parks but still a very nice walk around the park and past the Thames. They also have an outdoor cinema some nights which seems very intriguing. Will be returning.
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