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Pinner Memorial Park, Pinner

(4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • love taking the children to play in the park & feed the ducks also the cafe is good , we also like walking around the grounds  more »
  • This is a historic park with West House at the top, once lived in by the grandson of Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton. There are budgies to look at, a recently renovated playground, lake, Peace Garden, t...  more »
  • This park has a lovely cafe called Daisy. There's a well equipped childrens playground. Plus exercise machines for teens/adults. A lake with fountain and ducks which may be fed with pack of special fo...  more »
Google
  • A park of great local appeal with a duck pond, cafe and a very good young children's playground. It now has the William Heath Robinson museum in the restored West House and this is a very good reason to visit the park.
  • Gorgeous green and huge. Well maintained, with a play area for small children and a coffee shop/tea room next to a large pond for adults.
  • Just a really nice space, lots of beautiful mature trees and a duck pond too. Nice to chill here and contemplate life....
  • Great park to take the kids then take a short walk to the cafe next the pond, with plenty of outdoor seating. The park was clean and equipment well maintained with plenty of pathways to enjoy the surrounding beauty.
  • Good size park with lots of shades to sit and relax on a warm summer day. There is a play area for kids. On the other side of the park is a small cafe by the pond where there are ducks and pigeons with a fountain. The car park is free after 18:30 Hrs.