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Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill Road, London NW3, England
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London Primrose Hill and Camden Town Walking Tour
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“regents park” (111 reviews)
“chalk farm” (21 reviews)
Primrose Hill Road, London NW3, England
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Reviewed yesterday

From here you have a wonderful view of the city.You have to walk up the hill, but it is worth it! Take someting to eat or drink, and sit down on the grass and enjoy.......

Thank 1963anja
Reviewed 6 days ago

One of the best views of the London skyline without having to pay anything. Primrose hill is a lovely place to spend an afternoon having a picnic on a sunny day.

Thank sarahbannister2012
Reviewed 1 week ago

At first we wasn't going to come here because we thought there isnt nothing here, however we changed our minds and found a steep hill so we walked up it and when we got to the top we decided to sit down and rest our...More

1  Thank Mr n Mrs n
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots of walking & uphill at that! Need lots of energy but view is great! Don't go if walking or breathing are issues

Thank Chelseagirl194
Reviewed 1 week ago

Used to live just beside this bbeautiful park, but this was my first visit for many years. The views over London are as superb as ever, but the local hostelries' - and house - prices have reached dizzying new heights.

Thank bryanedwin
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's become a tradition when visiting Camden to end the day with a cold drink from Sainsbury's on the top of Primrose Hill. If you really want to splash out I recommend taking up a hot pizza and a good group of friends, but the...More

Thank xrosebudx
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

From dog walkers, to picnic aficionados through to families enjoying the outside space Primrose Hill is a great destination. Stones throw from the vaster expanse of Regents Park / London Zoo and the bustling Primrose Hill cafes. Breathtaking views at the top of this hill...More

Thank Stephen W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

London is notoriously flat, so climbing even a small hill is something rather special. The modest effort is rewarded by an amazing view spanning from Canary Wharf to Chelsea. Take a stroll in Regent's Park and head for the hill!

Thank touristorisk
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I guess Greenwich is the more popular place to get a nice view of the skyline, yet Primrose Hill is just as great a place to admire the view of the city. I'd even recommend it more than Greenwich (of course speaking only about the...More

1  Thank Maddox611
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Primrose Hill is an easy walk from Regent Park, just opposite the zoo. It's got nice grassy areas to have a picnic and enjoy the view to the city. A nice place to spend part of a sunny day.

Thank volturnus
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I've read some reviews that the park stays open all night, but on their website it says they close at 5pm; is this a time of year thing or does it just not open all night any more?
20 January 2017|
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Response from Miller C | Reviewed this property |
It doesn't close if you access from Camden Town/Chalk Farm.
Diana M
Is there anywhere to park that's near as I have problems walking too far? Thanks
30 December 2016|
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Response from stumputtella | Reviewed this property |
Hi Diana There may be some pay and display locally but if there is you may have to have the luck of the Irish to find a free spot
Joan G
Tube stations access?
5 March 2015|
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Response from PatrickPringle | Reviewed this property |
Chalk Farm Station. Take a right to the crosswalk, cross the street right 20 yard, then a left a Bridge Approach. Walk across the bridge and stay straight up the hill. It is about 3-4 blocks to the entrance of the park... More