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Gorgeous gardens, rolling hills, view of the city, historic mansion, stunning artwork, freshwater swimming holes, rhododendrons in full bloom and yummy little cafe are all in this gem of a park. Definitely go if you can.
If you like walking, it's a lovely peaceful place. And covers a very large area. Varies from small lakes with swimming areas, to grassy hills, to more foresty parts. From Parliament Hill you can see London city.
Took the overground to Hampstead Heath station them...More
Taking a walk through Hampstead Heath is so relaxing. There are benches tucked away off path, ponds, bridges, and a lovely view from Parliament Hill. Go for swim in one of the ponds. This place is a treasure.
I was fortunate enough to visit the park on a gorgeous spring Saturday when tons of both (obvious) tourists and locals were enjoying it. The temperature was maybe in the low 70s and I was surprised to see people swimming there! I didn't swim, but...More
Spent a lovely day here with my wife, just wandering around, taking pictures. The view of London was great and had we arrived a little earlier when there may have been fewer people I could happily have sat up there for some time. So pleased...More
We love London. We visit as often as we can. But, we'd never been to Hampstead Heath, so we took the tube and had a little wander around this green and pleasant land. Can you believe this beautiful green park is in Central London?! Its...More
I lived near Hampstead Heath when I was a child, but I never got to go there. What a joy to walk along tree-lined paths, catch sight of lakeside homes, frolicking dogs and skeptical ducks. Climbing up to the top of heath is worth any...More
Vast expanse of natural space, lovely for dog walking. Some great views from the top of Parliament Hill and also a pleasant English Heritage site, Kenwood House. We didn’t go in the house itself but stopped in the courtyard for coffee before walking through the...More
Response from Plunkett07 | Reviewed this property |
Hampstead Underground is close to the southern end of the park. It's pretty far down. The lift is slow but don't even think of doing the stairs - you might not be able to race after that. I was heading to Kenwood House in... More
Hampstead Underground is close to the southern end of the park. It's pretty far down. The lift is slow but don't even think of doing the stairs - you might not be able to race after that. I was heading to Kenwood House in the northern part of the park so I took the tube to Archway Station (Northern) and then caught the #210 bus.
Response from Hampstead_Heath_CoL | Property representative |
Cycling is allowed on the Heath, but only along specific shared use paths. We don't allow cross-country cycling and also have some paths for pedestrian use only. Our website features maps of the shared use... More
Cycling is allowed on the Heath, but only along specific shared use paths. We don't allow cross-country cycling and also have some paths for pedestrian use only. Our website features maps of the shared use paths and a few other helpful things. TripAdvisor doesn't allow us to link out, but you can find that if you search for Hampstead Heath Cycling.
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The Hampstead Heath team.