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Golders Hill Park is located at:

North End Way, London, NW3 7HE

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North End Way entrance: ///talent.clay.forest
West Heath Ave north entrance: ///reach.glory.bake
West Heath Ave south entrance: ///global.goes.tigers
Leg of Mutton Pond entrance: ///kinks.vine.looked
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Contact us

​Tel: 020 7332 3511

Email us

In an emergency, always call 999 first.


Golders Hill Park is an accessible park. It has 8 disabled parking bays, a dedicated disabled toilet located behind Golders Hill Park café, a second accessible toilet near the Zoo, and gently sloping tarmac paths throughout.

Opening hours

Golders Hill Park and Golders Hill Park Zoo are open from 7.30am to just before dusk every day.

For precise closing times, please see the Park gates as you arrive.

The Butterfly House is open 1-3pm from 26 March to 28 October only.

Hampstead Heath's park

Golders Hill Park's landscaped grounds contain beautiful plant displays including the peaceful Mediterranean and water gardens, a popular café and a bandstand. There is also a variety of leisure facilities including tennis courts, croquet lawn, all-weather table tennis tables, zoo and butterfly house and a children's play area. Golders Hill Park was opened to the public in 1898 and has been managed as a discrete and historically important part of Hampstead Heath by the City of London since 1989.

Parking info and travel links

Getting here

By car

Parking is available at:

  • Jack Straw's car park, Heath Brow, NW3 7ES
  • Golders Hill Park car park, North End Way, NW3 7HE (disabled parking only)

By tube

Golders Green

To plan a route by tube, please visit TfL Journey Planner.

By bus

The following buses serve Golders Hill Park:

  • 210
  • 268

To plan a route by bus, please visit TfL Journey Planner.

Golders Hill Park Zoo

Golders Hill Park is home to a free zoo, with a growing collection of rare and exotic birds and mammals such as laughing kookaburras, ring-tailed lemurs and ring-tailed coatis.

The zoo plays an important role in the interpretation and education of the habitats and wildlife of Hampstead Heath. It is one of only two free zoos in London registered with BIAZA, the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

Adopt an animal

If you'd like to support us and adopt an animal at Golders Hill Park Zoo, please see our Animal Adoption Scheme page.

Volunteering opportunities

Visit our volunteering page for information on available volunteer roles at Golders Hill Park and other locations.