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This is a pit of park land with a short section of path along the river with views of Hampton Court Palace on the other side of the river.
A favourite place for a family picnic, frisbee and a kick about.
The overflowing bins let...More
Cigarette island park is located near to Hampton Court bridge and is the "tail" of land on the River Thames. In 1935 the land was opened as a public park. It name comes from a houseboat called cigarette that used to be moored here.
Cigarette Island is only and Island by history and name being bordered on two sides by the Thames and Mole/Ember rivers. The third side is Bordered by Hampton Court Railway station. The park is quite small with the open area of cut grass with numerous...More
Great small park, right on the river opposite Hampton court palace. It is never busy as know one can spot it due to the jolly boatman building site (derelict for decades). I visit often for picnics and once even held a massive 40th birthday party...More
cigarette island is a lovely place to relax and take in the view of hampton court palace and the tyhames. it is unusual for ir to be very busy at any time which makes it easy to play with the children also.
Yes, but they must be controlled properly in the presence of children, old people and other dogs. The River Thames runs alongside, with lots of river traffic some days, especially large passenger boats, so dogs should be... More
Yes, but they must be controlled properly in the presence of children, old people and other dogs. The River Thames runs alongside, with lots of river traffic some days, especially large passenger boats, so dogs should be controlled if swimming in the River.