Golders Hill Park

Golders Hill Park anmeldelser, London

Golders Hill Park
4.5
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ladylime
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North part of Hampstead Heath hidding behind Golder's Green.
jun. 2019
Hampstead dekker landområder, men det har blitt isolert et sted der hus eller små veier skar et stykke av. Hoveddelen, utsikt over London, dammer, folk flest kjenner og besøker. Men hvis du fortsetter nordover forbi Jack Straw's Castle til Golder's Green, er det tre bak husene og du kommer over det som nå kalles Golder's Hill Park. Stort sett et åpent område med kort gress og folk utsatt når solen er ute, men kan skilte med en båndstand og mange arrangementer. Det er også en caf, et sommerfuglhjem og et område i nærheten med murvegger og små planter og en bekk som går i nærheten med gjess og annet dyreliv som er lite plaget av de besøkende. Det er en husdyrpark og en tennisbane. Mye er nyere og har ikke trekkplaster fra andre tradisjonelle parker, men går forbi planlagte planter, og det er eldre små planter og morsomme områder å utforske som har lite klippet gress, bare en stripe for å lokke deg inn til avlyttinger og ville planter. Dette er den fineste biten. Og akkurat når du sprer deg ut sandwich og blir komfortabel, ser du plutselig en stor oransje plante gjemme seg bak asfaltsveien og en fugl vandrer forbi for å minne deg på at den er der hjemme og ikke vår. Så ignorere GSPen din og se på et papirkart i stedet og se de enorme områdene i London som fremdeles eksisterer. Gå på bussen og utforsk parkene. Det er en del tilgjengelig via Finchley Road, og hvis du tror Hampstead-dammer er alt som finnes - tenk igjen - det er skjulte glinser, matet av de små svingete bekker som gjennomsyrer åsene og dalene der og blant dem et annet hjem med mørk, grønn og takknemlige steder omgitt av store, gamle trær, der du kan stoppe og kikke ut i villmarken, der tiden forandrer seg lite og London-hubbubben virker lenge borte. Jeg har sagt at det er et "sted for aktivitet og underholdning og kultur", men de siste tingene gjelder de som besøker, heller enn noe som er organisert, selv om det er noen. Det er menneskene, måten de takler plassen på og hva de gjør de - enten de spiller tennis, iskrem på kafeen, ser på plantene i hagen eller de som klimrer på skulen. De har en full dagbok med datoer du kan gå spesifikt for å se.

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Aron
Merton, UK4 bidrag
30 years of fun!
aug. 2021
Such a great park. It has everything - tennis courts, croquet lawn, a secret garden (the hill garden), ice cream, and my personal favourite a FREE zoo with lemurs and alpacas! Love this place
Skrevet 13. august 2021
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Doris D
3 bidrag
Relaxing
jun. 2021 • Familie
Nice relaxing atmosphere during the heatwave. Good play ground for kids too. Will visit again for a picnic.
Skrevet 12. juni 2021
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DaDoRhonRhon
Northwood, UK219 bidrag
Wonderful park
sep. 2020 • Venner
We shot through the park on the way to The Old Bull & Bush a couple of years back and vowed to return.

A really lovely facility with a small zoo, walled garden, butterfly garden, deer enclosure, pergola and cafe. Great for everybody. Very picturesque - and not far from Bull & Bush!

I’m just sorry I don’t live closer but will definitely return.
Skrevet 16. september 2020
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AleksAE
London, UK24 bidrag
Children have tons of fun...parents can relax too!
aug. 2020
Everything about this park is lovely. My children love the park as they have plenty of things to do such as observing birds and enjoying mini zoo located in the middle of the park, running and playing in the playground which offers lots of fun and challenge, climbing up trees and discovering new places...absolutely brilliant!
Skrevet 25. august 2020
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tushar_pai
Milton Keynes, UK2 707 bidrag
Children will love it
mar. 2020 • Familie
This is a large park near Hampstead Heath and has many entrances. With a large play area, sandpit and an aviary and mini zoo, there is lots for children to enjoy.

The emus and deers are in a wide enclosure near the playground. Large green expanse separates these from an area which has a fish pond, a butterfly park and a manicured garden.

On a good day there can be loads of time spent here.
Skrevet 21. juni 2020
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1990-Matze
Mulfingen, Tyskland73 bidrag
Nice and cosy park
okt. 2019
The Park has some animals, waterways with ducks, free Toiletts and a Café - very nice for a walk there.
Skrevet 18. oktober 2019
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ladylime
London161 bidrag
North part of Hampstead Heath hidding behind Golder's Green.
jun. 2019
Hampstead covers areas of land but it has been isolated in some place where houses or small roads carved a piece off. The main part, view over London, the ponds, most people know and visit. However if you continue North past Jack Straw's Castle to Golder's Green there are tree behind the houses and you come across what is now called Golder' s Hill Park. Mostly an open area with short grass and people prone when the sun is out, but boasts a bandstand and many events. There is also a café, a butterfly home and an area nearby with brick walls and small plants and a stream running nearby with geese and other wildlife who are little bothered by the visitors. There is a petting zoo and a tennis course. Much is newer and does not have the draw of other traditional parks but go past the designed plants and there are older little plants and fun area to explore that have little cut grass, just one strip to lure you in to the bugs and wild plants. This is the nicest bit. And just as you spread out with you sandwich and get comfortable you suddenly see a large orange plant hiding behind the tarmac walkway and a bird wanders past to remind you it is there home and not ours. So ignore your GSP and look at a paper map instead and see the huge areas in London that still exist. Get on the bus and explore the parks. There is a part accessed via Finchley Road and if you think Hampstead ponds are all that exist - think again - there are hidden glens, fed by the small winding streams that permeate the hills and dales there and amongst them a different home of dark, green and dank places surrounded by large old trees, where you can stop and peep into the wilderness, where time changes little and the hubbub of London seems long away. I have said that it is a 'place of activity and entertainment and culture' however the latter things relate to those who are visiting rather than something that is organised, although there are some. It is the people, the way they deal with the space and what they do they - whether playing tennis, ice-cream at the cafe, looking at the plants in the garden or those climing on the sculture. They do have a full diary of dates you can go specifically to see.
Skrevet 1. oktober 2019
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Hazel F
London, UK10 bidrag
Good family outing.
aug. 2019
This is an excellent place for a family outing. Children can see animals and birds in safe enclosures and a good play area. Also excellent inexpensive cafe which also has a section serving Italian ice cream.

For adults a visit to the Pergola and Walled Garden is a must.

In summertime there is live free music at the Bandstand
Skrevet 10. september 2019
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Rama R
London, UK278 bidrag
Beautiful place to visit anytime of the year!
sep. 2018
I live minutes away from this absolutely beautiful park which forms part of Hampstead Heath. There are so many wonderful things here to do and explore that you simply feel lucky and grateful for having a place like this so accessible and in the middle of a bustling city like London.There is a beautifully tended flower garden with a duck pond next to it, complete with a cute humpback bridge! There is a delightful small zoo with birds, lemurs, donkeys, emus, the entertaining Lady Amherst's pheasants, even a certain kind of beautiful white deer! The different varieties of plants, shrubs, bushes, trees - you never tire looking at them. As the seasons change, you keep finding newer things to admire. There is a playground which my children never tire of playing in. It's a great place to go at any time of the year for walks, especially the solitary kind. There is a restaurant at the top of the park which serves good food. We've also had picnics in the summers many times. The park also has a good, short cycling route.
Skrevet 27. august 2019
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Marek T
London, UK40 bidrag
Very pleasant park with mini-zoo
aug. 2019 • Par
Visited mainly for the butterfly enclosure which was pleasant if a bit sparse of actual butterflies, unlike other similar places. But it's free, and there are some small birds and animals to look at as well, in the middle of the park. A pond provides variety, and there is a cafe although we didn't try it. Worth a look if in the area.
Skrevet 8. august 2019
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