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Dulwich Upper Wood

Wild mushrooms in Dulwich Upper Wood

Dulwich Upper Wood is an important relic of a much larger area called the Great North Wood. It is ancient woodland with other areas that have re-grown after a major disturbance.

Some of its large oaks are more than 350 years old. Bluebells carpet the Wood in season, with primroses, wood anemone, yellow pimpernel owering too. There is a good path system, nature trail walk. The warden and volunteers have information on the history, artefacts, natural history.

Open Monday to Sunday 8am to dusk

  • Farquar Rd, London, SE19 1SS
  • 020 8761 6230

Station: Crystal Palace; Bus: Take the bus 157, 358 or 410 from stop P towards Crystal Palace to Crystal Palace Parade stop C

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