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Queen's Park is a community-focused green space in a densely populated part of London, equally perfect for finding peace and quiet or getting out for some fun and exercise!

The Park has:

  • tennis courts
  • a pitch and putt course
  • an ornamental garden
  • a children's playground with paddling pool
  • a small farm
  • and a café

Getting here

Public transport

Queen's Park is connected to public transport by Queen's Park, Kensal Rise and Brondesbury Park stations on the London Overground - and by several bus routes. 

Visit TfL's Journey Planner to plan your trip.

Bike racks

Bike racks are available at the café if you'd like to cycle to the Park.


Queen's Park doesn't have a car park. Street parking is available in the surrounding area.

Closure due to high winds

If wind speeds are forecast to be 40mph or above, the Park may need to be closed for safety reasons and at short notice. We will update X with any planned closures wherever possible.

Exploring Queen's Park

The park is quite well signposted but you can also find your way around the Park with our map or by using what3words.

Queen's Park Map PDF (3MB)
Date submitted: 3/09/20
Location what3words address
Bandstand ///title.trap.lights
Café ///signal.bulb.mile
Café toilets ///
Farm ///
Field of Hope ///assure.dips.double
First aid post ///snow.drape.cattle
Pitch and putt ///snow.drape.cattle
Paddling pool ///player.fetch.forks
Playground ///silks.manage.hope
Playground toilets ///store.hogs.shelf
Sandpit ///risks.little.shark
Staff yard ///solve.lodge.reach
Tennis courts ///
Trim trail 1 ///luck.affair.tuned
Trim trail 2 ///fruit.hung.apron
Trim trail 3 ///trendy.middle.cans
Woodland walk ///narrow.called.riches