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Dulwich Park

We had a lovely day at Dulwich park, the park is huge so there was lots to explore.

Getting to the park: the closest busses are the P4 and the P13, there is also parking within the park which costs £2.00 per hour, you will need to pay for that using the ‘Paybyphone’ app.

The park was great to walk around and explore, as we had Elijah’s scooter with us we did not rent bikes, but they had a place called London Recumbents where you can rent the following:

£14.00 per hour for solo bikes, trikes and recumbents

£28.00 per hour for tandems and child carrier trikes.

We saw lots of kids and adults going around the parks on the different types of bikes and we are planning to try that out when we visit again.

We also came across a little lake in the park where you can rent either a pedalo or a row boat. We took the pedalo option and Elijah really enjoyed this. His only issue was the pedals were a bit far from the seat so he found it a bit challenging to pedal, which left me with most of the work! Costs were as follows:

Kids: £4.00 (15 years and under)

Adults: £6.00

Family: £17.00 (2 adults and 2 kids),

Once we finished that we tried out the kids play area, it wasn’t the newest equipment but it seems well maintained, and covered a large area, and had a variety of equipment that different ages could tackle. We spent quite a while in this area.

There is a large café in the centre of the park with indoor and outdoor seating, they serve coffees, cakes, burgers and pizza’s. We enjoyed our meal here. It was a little pricey, but as we had not spent much that day I didn’t mind the costs. Alternatively, this is a beautiful park for picnicking which would be a great way to keep costs down even further.

Overall we had a great day, we will be going back.


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