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Highbury Fields

Attractions, Parks and gardens Highbury
5 out of 5 stars
(7user reviews)
Highbury Fields, 2016

Time Out says

The children's playground at Highbury Fields in Islington is popular, combining old-fashioned thrills (such as a circular train requiring Flintstones-style propulsion, and an excitingly long, steep slide) with more recent additions, such as the flying fox and giant, web-like climbing frames.



Address: Highbury Place
N5 1QP
Transport: Tube: Highbury & Islington
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5 out of 5 stars

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Went to Highbury Fields for the first time during one of those hot days of summer and I must say I was expecting it to be packed and full of barbecues. I was so happy to realise Highbury Fields was actually a lovely park, nowhere near as busy as I thought it would be. It is a very family friendly park and people seem to be very respectful when it comes to barbecues (always using bricks in order not to burn the grass, find a good position so nobody gets all the smoke in the face, etc...). Great discovery! 

An oasis from the crazy that is Upper Street. The tennis courts and leagues are brilliant!

A fantastic playground with so much for children from toddler through to teens thanks to the clever separation of areas. Lovely grass space to sit and relax whilst the kids run themselves ragged. Safe and secure with proper garden gates. A real gem.

Great for running or lounging. Why take the bus when you can take a leisurely stroll through Highbury Fields?

Too many bbqs! Good tennis courts and the Oasis is always a welcome stop for coffee

Idyllic little park hidden away behind Highbury and Islington station, I want my ashes scattered there with a memorial bench when I die.

On a grey Autumn day, I love Highbury Fields for its chameleon colours, red, gold, and green.

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