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Beckenham Place Park

A gathering in Beckenham Palace Park local nature reserve

This is the largest green space in the borough of Lewisham, covering 96 hectares, with large areas of ancient woodland ideal for informal woodland walks.

Beckenham Place Park is very popular for recreation. A visitor centre is open in the mansion house on Sundays and provides information on the park's history and natural history. The friends group also run events in the park, including walks and talks.

Open Monday - Sunday 8am - dusk

  • Lewisham, BR3 5BP
  • 020 8314 2007

Station: Beckenham Hill; Bus: Take the bus 54 stop SE on Beckenham Hill Road towards Elmers End, to Stumps Hill Lane stop on Southend Lane.

You can also walk from the station - it takes just ten minutes to walk to the mansion house.

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