The park, set in a disused nineteenth-century cemetery, is the only woodland in Tower Hamlets and its 33 acres are home to a wide variety of wild plants and animals.
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There's nowhere like this place, the volunteers work their backsides off and my dog loves it more than life itself.
Absolutely brilliant place, at any time of the year. I come here most days with my dog and meet many wonderful people. The staff are very friendly. There is always something new to see and it's a great place to meditate and feel at one with nature. All in the heart of the East End
Beautiful place, a woodland in the centre of the City, this is an environment with something for everyone, from Forest School to history and culture. I love coming here as often as I can
The park is a breath of fresh air in the city. Be it a quiet walk or doing one of the many thing available to the public. Our kids Love Bow Beasties 💖
A unique oasis in the middle of urban life. Highly encourage you take a nature walk with one of the knowledgeable staff.
A very special place that is both a green haven for wildlife and for people. It's socialable, and the staff are amazingly helpful and friendly and they have a fantastic programme of events and activities. It's got a unique feel and atmosphere.
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park is London's most urban woodland and a closed Cemetery filled with the stories of lives lived, industrialists, entrepreneurs and inventors. It's also home to some many special and unexpected species of wild plants and animals. It contributes massively to people's mental and physical well-being and plays a fundamental role in combating Nature deprivation. An oasis of green in a very densely populated area of London. You have to visit!
Glorious urban woodland - love to walk through the Cemetery Park and just enjoy the beautiful deciduous woodland - in all seasons it's beautiful and provides a welcome rest from the roaring traffic along Bow Road. The Friends of the MECP run guided walks on wild foraging and there are lots of other seasonal activities.
And it's FREE - take the kids and enjoy:)
volunteered there recently and really enjoyed the laid back feeling about the place as well as the fact that it is a now rare green space in London
Myself, my husband and our two grandchildren spend a huge amount of time in THCP and we all love it, it's a very special place. I want the children to grow up understanding about nature and conservation and THCP is like a micro version of the countryside, with wild flowers, bees, soaring trees and many birds and animals. You can really feel the changing seasons and there is always something new to see and hear. Considering it's in the middle of Tower Hamlets it can be wonderfully quiet, a rare find in central London. I'm so happy that we live so close to such a wonderful place; it is one of my most favourite places ever.
I love this park. Something to see at every visit. The team provide educational walks about birds, foraging and the changing seasons.
Precious and beautiful wild space in the heart of an area that gets more and more built up by the day. Well maintained and cared for. Even though I am disabled I can walk on the paths with my walking aid.
All kinds of stuff to interest you. This is a fascinating, cultural oasis; a different side of the borough that you won't regret visiting.
THCP is a haven of peace and beauty literally stuffed with flowers, bird song, butterflies and more. Every time I visit I breathe deeply amongst all the green and marvel at this tranquil natural space just a short distance from noisy Mile End Road.
Went on an excellent Coppicing Course here - it's a beautiful place too, with overgrown gravestones, lots of wildlife and some really intersting history to discover. Very handy from Mile End tube, too.
This is a magical and peaceful place in the middle of a very busy part of London. It is good for the soul just to be there.
Its great nice walk nature lover
The amount wildlife in there
And they do they best to help to keep the wild lfe to surive
Love this place! Although kinda don't want to tell you that, as then you might start going there, and then it won't be a perfect little best-kept secret anymore....
This is a beautifully wild yet carefully managed green space right between the frantic bustle of the city and residential areas of Tower Hamlets. It's an oasis of wildlife where often rare species can be spotted, too.
Totally fascinating and wonderful woodland full of wildlife right in the heart of Tower Hamlets. It's the home of the excellent Shuffle film festival, but if you've only been for that, you're missing out. Lots of events all year round!
Lovely place to walk around, to sit and think, to breathe in fresh oxygen, listen to the birds singing and to watch the butterflies flit about. And, it's minutes from a central London tube station. Marvellous!
It's my daily walk to and from work and it's a pleasure. After 12 years I still get a thrill seeing the foxes and other wildlife. Sunny, misty mornings make this place magical.
London's most urban woodland and one of London's magnificent seven cemeteries. Providing a piece of the Countryside in the City and connecting people to local history. It's home to many rare and unique plants and animals and provides educational workshops to over 7000 local children. Fighting nature deprivation and connecting children to nature on their doorstep.
This is the most awesome place in East London. It has wildlife, trees and other plants and is of interest every day of the year. An oasis of peace and countryside in the heart of East London. The manager, his staff and the volunteers make this a vibrant, exciting place to visit with its regular walks, events, educational opportunities for children and adults. In summer it is host to the Shuffle Festival which introduces films and happenings to inspire and entertain. A place to visit and enjoy every day of the year.
An inspiring oasis showing God's glory in his children's faith and the wonder of his lesser creations.