Postman's Park, London
About Postman's Park, London
Postman's Park, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: St Martin's Le Grand, London EC1A, United Kingdom
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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Postman’s park has a very interesting history. It is one of the most beautiful public parks to visit but the story behind its opening is quite interesting. It opened in the year 1880. This site was initially a burial ground. But due to the epidemic of cholera, it was decided to shut down this place and not use it as a burial site anymore. Then in 1880, it reopened as a public park and is one of the best attractions near a church in London.
Postman's Park Opening and Closing Hours
- The park is open throughout the year.
How To reach Postman's Park by Public Transport
- By bus and get off at King Edward St Little Britain (Stand).
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Heard of this place many years ago on a podcast and have always wanted to check it out. It is a nice little park tucked away from all the major sites but we'll with a look. It's a slightly somber place to go but also uplifting to know that a place like this is in existence
One of my favourite spots in London. Too easy to miss but that makes it better. Small, inconspicuous park but with a great surprise within
Such a beautiful, peaceful piece of greenery right in the middle of the madness of busy tourist London (st Paul's less than 5 minutes walk from there). Highly recommended to anyone who wants to fall in love with the hidden side of London.
Such a lovely park. The local park keeper is a real Gent and a very hard worker. Such a jewel in the busy city.
Little oasis close to St Paul's cathedral with the unique G.F.Watts memorial to Heroic Self-sacrifice.
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