Golders Hill Park Overview

Golders Hill Park is a manicured park which was historically the site of a large house in the area. After the house was bombed during World War II, it was converted into these gardens.

The many impressive features of the park include a beautifully tended flower garden, a scenic duck pond with a small humpback bridge, a small zoo, a dedicated area for fallow deer, a larger pond with black and white swans, and a separate water garden. If you're considering Europe package, make sure to include a visit to this park in your itinerary to enjoy its diverse attractions. Apart from these features, the garden also has tennis courts, croquet lawns, and a playground.

Today, it is frequented by the locals and tourists looking for peaceful places to visit in London.


N End Way, London NW3 7HE, United Kingdom


Daily; 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Entry Fee:


Read More

Tourism Board Alliances

Why Choose Thrillophilia