Crystal Palace Park

Local nameCrystal Palace Park
LocationLondon, United Kingdom

This major public Victorian park is the perfect getaway from the bustle of Central London. It features many sites of interest - lakes, a free 19th-century maze, full-scale models of dinosaurs and extinct mammals, a concert bowl and the National Sports Centre.

The park takes its name after the 1851 Great Exhibition - after it ended, the Crystal Palace was moved here from Hyde Park on the suggestion of Joseph Paxton, who designed the palace.

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Opening hours

The park is open from 7:30 during the week and from 9 am on weekends. The closing time depends on the season, so please check the official website.

More information and contact

Official website http://www.bromley.gov.uk/crystalpalacepark

Phone +44 300 303 8658

Address Thicket Road, London, Crystal Palace SE19 2GA, United Kingdom

Coordinates 51°25'17.301" N -0°4'9.454" E

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