Blackheath Halls is an entertainment venue and concert hall in the heart of South East London. Built in 1895 by William Webster, Blackheath Halls is part of the oldest surviving purpose built cultural complex in London. Blackheath Halls presents a diverse programme of concerts and events throughout the year including Read more [...]
We’ve been open since Victorian times, when Frederick John Horniman first opened his house and extraordinary collection of objects to visitors. Since then, our collection has grown tenfold and includes internationally important collections of anthropology and musical instruments, as well as an acclaimed aquarium, a Butterfly House and natural history Read more [...]
The park features a children’s playground, a dog-free lower park, tennis courts, new boundary railings and footpaths. The park is in two sections, with the upper park offering magnificent views over London. The park is patrolled by on-site park keepers. The lower park is designated a dog free park and is Read more [...]
One of the most attractive parks in the borough with its fine water features, formal gardens and fine array of mature trees and shrubs. The park has two tennis courts and a multi sports ball court. The park is patrolled by on-site park keepers.
Mountsfield Park has a wide range of recreational pursuits for the more energetic, including basketball, football and tennis. There is also a children’s playground for the younger visitor. For those who enjoy more passive pursuits the park has ornamental gardens and a bandstand. With its central location the park is often used Read more [...]
Mayow Park, originally named Sydenham Recreation Ground, is the borough’s oldest municipal park. The park is home to a cricket pitch, has two tennis courts and a children’s playground. The central field is an ideal venue for recreation and public events. A cafe is due to open in the Summer.