Brockwell Park and Dulwich Park

Dulwich ParkRoute Details

  • From - to: Brockwell Park or Dulwich Park 
  • Type: Traffic-free paths and on streets sections 
  • Access: Herne Hill Station, West Dulwich Station, North Dulwich Station
  • Surface: Tarmac

Route Description

This ride links two of south London's nicest parks, Brockwell and Dulwich, via quiet streets.

Formerly the estate of Brockwell Hall, Brockwell Park now has lots to see and do. Brockwell Lido, which dates back to the 1930s is great in the summer. There is a BMX track, tennis courts and a community green house. Brockwell Hall, a Georgian country house still stands and now has a café.

The route to Dulwich is mainly traffic calmed, but still take care especially around the junctions. 

Next to Dulwich Village, Dulwich Park has many attractive historical features including the American Garden, which was a favourite of Queen Mary. The park has cycle hire, as well as sports pitches and free tennis courts.

The Friends of Dulwich Park website has up to date information about events and activities in the park.

Local attractions

Bike hire

Latitude: 
51.450530125225576
Longitude: 
-0.10806127429202839
Zoom level: 
14

Region:

This ride links two of south London's nicest parks, Brockwell and Dulwich, via quiet streets.