The GardenVibrant community park with a historic clock tower, formal gardens, orchard, woodland walks, outdoor amphitheatre, wildlife pond, children's play area and café. The park will be showcasing many community activities for LOG 2023, including gardening and wildlife management, knit-natter, pétanque, junior park run, the edible park project, and photography, mural and sculpture.
: Caledonian Park Friends Group
Further information on London Parks & Gardens Inventory
- Guided tours of the historic clocktower: please register on arrival to book your tour, which includes steps/ladders so it is important to be fit and healthy as well as comfortable with heights. Tours last around an hour, with a maximum of12 people per tour.
Guided tours of the park (level access) - history tour and nature/gardens tour.
Activities include workshops (eg build a bird-feeder pinecone, floral wreath or lavender bag), kites for children, yoga, a sensory walk, the chance to play pétanque, outdoor knit-and-natter yarncraft, a photographic and history exhibition, and possibly an app-based nature trail and quiz (to be confirmed - smartphone required).
Refreshments available from the park café and other nearby cafés (hot and cold drinks, hot and cold sandwiches, wraps, snacks).
- Picnics allowed.
Multiple gates: 3 on Market Road, North Road, Shearling Way, Drovers Way, Chris Pullen Way, Clock View Crescent (East and West).
Nearest postcode: N7 9HF
- Map of nearby bus stops
- Caledonian Road Underground Caledonian Road & Barnsbury Overground or Camden Road Overground.
- Disabled toilet on site
- Disabled toilets and automatic doors to café and centre. Roadways around main field and woodland, but uneven areas and some gravel. Formal gardens have grassed access. Wheelchair-accessible grit paths through woodland and pond viewing area.
- Dogs on leads
- Clock tower tours include ladders, for able-bodied only, requires sensible footwear/clothing.