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Visit West Ham Park
If you're planning a visit to West Ham Park, there's a vast range of things to do and things to see, and many of them are free!
Discover the splendour and horticultural delights of the Ornamental Gardens, have fun in our playground and paddling pool, play football or cricket - or just watch our wildlife. There really is something for everyone!
Getting to West Ham Park
We can easily be reached by public transport or on foot. For the most up to date travel you could use the Transport for London journey planner.
There are seven entrances to the park all of which are wheelchair accessible.
By tube and train
The following stations serve the Park:
- Abbey Road (DLR)
- Forest Gate (TfL Rail)
- Plaistow (District Line)
- Upton Park (District Line)
- Stratford (Central Line, Jubilee Line, DLR and National Rail)
- Wanstead Park (London Overground)
- West Ham (Jubilee Line)
- Woodgrange Park (London Overground)
The following bus routes call near the Park:
No parking available. There is limited street parking in the surrounding area.
Finding your way around the Park
Find your way around the Park with what3words. What3words uses short 3 word addresses to help direct you to pinpoint locations where street addresses and postcodes don't work so well.
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|Sports changing rooms||///thick.doing.award|
|Linden Wildlife Garden||///became.rate.pots|
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