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Crystal Palace Park, London

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • Visited Son in his new place in Sydenham and he suggested going to the park.... As a life-long fan of The Glaziers (aka CPFC..... aka The Eagles) I was keen to visit the "home" of the original Crystal...  read more »
  • Took my 2 year old to visit the playground, lake, dinosaurs and petting farm. We really enjoyed it (though he was a little afraid of the loudly bleating sheep)! It's fantastic that all this is free gi...  read more »
  • One of my favourite London parks and the staff in the cafe are really friendly! Recommend the dinosaur zone and with a refurb coming can only get better! 
  • Really interesting park with lots of sections and levels. Always seems a little busy but never too crowded. Plenty for adults and children to do including the dinosaurs. A great place to go in the summer for a day out.
  • Great park with Victorian dinosaur, a little farm you can visit. They also have a boating lake and being revamped cafe. In the summer they have bouncy castles and it's great to hang out with the kids and dog. Play ground is always busy on nice days and could do with a revamp
  • Very nice Park. Enjoyed my visit. Lots of space, nice walk. Audio guide is available with a story about dinosaurs sculptures you can see in the park. Good for family visit. There is a nice green maze in the park and also sphinx sculptures.
  • Love this park. Great for kids. Great for running. Has good events/shows like car racing and car shows. Park cafe is extremely expensive so take your own food. Shame the concert stage isn't used anymore.
  • Having grown up in South London, I'd have to say CP Park is probably the best park south of the river. Its definitely one of the largest, which makes it great for walks and exploring (for the kids). One feature which is a bit of a secret gem, is the maze. I took my kids through it the other day and they loved it. I'd not been in to it since I was a teenager, 25 years ago, and had forgotten how good it was. Check it out! And there's plenty of pubs to go to after too :-)
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