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Finsbury Park, London

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#54 of 159 in Parks in London
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  • I don't recommend going into parks in London without policing or unattended by a group of people, under the risk of robbery in broad daylight. Remember even the U.S. gangs and Rio de Janeiro. Incredible, but it's a fact. The English authorities are to step up security in its parks. Many users and traffickers of drugs which puts terror in any tourist who is passing through. Unfortunately it's true
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  • Originally landscaped from NE corner of the ancient HORNSEY WOOD whose trees were felled, little by little, in order to create arable land - the produce from which was used to feed the ever-increasing...  more »
  • I took my young son here to play in the park on a Saturday morning. There were lots of swings, slides and climbing frames to go on which he loved. It was busy but there was still plenty of space for m...  more »
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  • Loads of grassy areas to sit and picnic or play on, boats for hire, playgrounds with brilliant climbing frames and a sand pit, plenty of benches, this park is lovely. There are lots of little areas that are quieter and out of the way. I have been many times and still often find a new hidden area.
  • Despite what you may have heard, I've always felt safe in this park. It's huge, provides a great space for joggers, dog walkers, all faiths and ethnicities and party goers in the summer. Can often find yourself a game of football too, whether you're alone or with a group.
  • Played tennis on the public courts. Easy to book. The park looked beautiful on a summer's day in April. All ages and all activities, children in the playground and the athletics track, tennis players, joggers, cyclists, walkers and others playing bowles. Lovely cafe to sit and watch the world go by.
  • I love walking in this park. Especially now in spring you can hear all the birds singing. It is a very big park where to play sport and it is also available a free open gym. There are tennis and basketball free entry spaces. There is a skate park as well. There is a playground for kids too. There is a small lake with ducks, goose, etc…
  • Not my favourite park, some people that hang around there just make it uncomfortable to walk through especially on your own.. but some parts of it are nice and on a sunny day after work it’s convenient to just go and have a quick picnic. During summer there are quite a few festivals which ends up tiring as a big area of the park is taken by the festivals and then there’s way too many people around, too much alcohol as well. And the entrance from seven sisters road just looks too dirty :(
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