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Queen’s Park

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Queen’s Park

KidRated’s Queen’s Park Top Tips:

  • Try your hand at a range of sports: there’s tennis, ping pong, golf and petanque
  • Grab some tea at the cafe
  • Or meet the animals in Pet’s corner

Queen’s Park is a great place to take the family on a day trip out. The park is full of nature and is perfect for relaxing in the sun whilst the kids play in many of the facilities that can be found in the park.


Some of the facilities include six all-weather tennis courts (great for a work out), a pitch and putt course, a pétanque pitch, an ornamental garden (great for some quiet reading), a children’s playground with paddling pool (amazing in the hot summer sun), a small zoo (for those animal loving families) and a café which provide excellent family lunches. You can also buy ice creams to eat whilst sun bathing on the lovely grass areas, and hot and cold beverages for a nice afternoon tea. 


There is also a Woodland Walk across the top of the park surrounded by beautiful flowers, trees and other plants as well as an abundance of wildlife that provides for the perfect family stroll no matter what the season.


Plus, why not check out the beautiful Victorian Style Bandstand on the North East side of the park.


Booking advice:

  • It’s a park no need to book!
  • Tennis courts can be booked at the kiosk by the cafe
  • The Pitch and Putt does not need to be booked



Harvist Road

Phone number:

+44 (0)20 7606 3030


Opening hours:

The park opens from 7am to dusk every day of the year.

How to get there:

Nearest tube stations: Queens Park, Kensal Green, Wilesden Green, Kensal Rise, Brondesbury Park


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