INSIDE: A sneak peek at Primrose Hill Playground in London. Updated 2019.
Visiting the London Zoo in Regent’s Park?
Take the kids for a run around this cute playground in Primrose Hill before you head home.
It’s a fun spot for a play break and a chance for mama to relax for a while.
- 1 London with Toddlers – Primrose Hill Playground
- 2 Photos of Primrose Hill London Playground
- 3 The Inside Scoop – Primrose Hill Regents Park
- 4 How to get to Primrose Hill Park playground
- 5 Primrose Hill parking
- 6 Map of Primrose Hill Park London
- 7 Toadstool Rating – Primrose Hill London UK playground
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London with Toddlers – Primrose Hill Playground
Primrose Hill Playground in London features:
- A giant scramble net pyramid
- A modular fort climbing frame with spiral slide, box slide, stairs to climb, a wonky bridge, tunnel, and monkey bars.
The Box swings are a cool addition too.
There’s an undercover area with seating and toilets for the kids.
We visited on a very overcast day, and were caught out in rain, so that undercover area came in very handy for a quick snack break while we waited for the weather to clear.
Primrose Hill playground is located on the south side of the park, near Primrose Hill bridge which connects to London Zoo and Regent’s Park. Check out the canals and canal boats when you cross.
Regents Park Primrose Hill park is a fenced toddler playground in London. It’s not one of the best parks for toddlers in London and I wouldn’t make a special trip, but if you are in the area…
Photos of Primrose Hill London Playground
The Inside Scoop – Primrose Hill Regents Park
See below for contact details.
Address: Primrose Hill Park in London is located at 23 Prince Albert Road, London NW1
Phone: 0300 061 2000
Website: Click here
Entry fees: Free
- November to January – 10am to 4pm
- February, October – 10am to 5pm
- March – 10am to 6pm
- April to August – 10am to 7.30pm
- September – 10am to 7pm
Last entry 30 minutes prior to closing time.
Closed Christmas Day.
Toilets: Yes, for children only. The nearest public toilets for adults are adjacent to this playground.
Regents Park Cafe: The Boathouse cafe is not far away.
How to get to Primrose Hill Park playground
Take the bus to Primrose Hill (Stop H).
Camden Road train station is the closest public transport by train.
Primrose Hill parking
Pay and display parking is also available on the Outer Circle at £2.40 per hour Monday to Saturday and £1.40 per hour on Sundays from 9am to 6.30pm each day.
There is a 4 hour max stay Monday-Saturday but no maximum stay on Sundays.
Map of Primrose Hill Park London
Toadstool Rating – Primrose Hill London UK playground
Primrose Hill playground and garden is nothing special BUT it’s a fun way to end a big day out in London with kids, if you are in the Regent’s Park area.
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