Park Address: Thicket Road, Crystal Palace, London SE19 2GA
Crystal Palace Park is an 80 hectare Grade II* listed park. It was originally designed by Sir Joseph Paxton to provide a new home to his Crystal Palace, the structure he designed to house the Great Exhibition in Hyde Park in 1851
Today, the park is home to a number of important natural and built heritage features, the National Sports Centre, and offers a range of attractions for residents and visitors.
Crystal Palace Park is located in the London Borough Bromley, and is the borough’s largest park.
Cleanliness 3 / 5
equipment 3 / 5
health and safety 5 / 5
picnic area 3 / 5
toilets 2 / 5
The playground area consists of many activities to entertain your children.
It’s quite a small, busy, fenced-off playground with two swing areas (one for toddlers, one for older kids), a spiraling slide and a large sandpit, which has a pretend dinosaur skeleton and eggs buried in it.
The area is safe and secure, and surfaced with safety flooring to avoid any nasty injuries.
The playground was clean and there were places to have a picnic (tables/green areas).
The only negative is that there are no toilets in the playground but there are some a couple of minutes’ walk away.
The playground was too busy and not much to play with, too many people for just 1 slide “it was a ok playground”.
We would return to the playground if we were to study dinosaurs in the future.