Waterlow Park was bequeathed to the public in 1889 by Sir Sydney Waterlow, as ‘a garden for the gardenless’. It is Camden’s largest park and located in the north of the borough. Set on a hillside with panoramic views, the park includes the historic Lauderdale House and its formal terraced gardens.
Waterlow has ponds on three levels, tree lined walkways, an open - plan band stand, playgrounds, a kitchen garden and tennis courts.
There are private lawn areas that provide a perfect location for corporate summer parties and sports days, celebration events, or pop-up cinema. Previous events have also included community festivals activity, circus and theatre.
If you are interested in this space please contact our events team; contact information is at the top of the page.
- Corporate summer parties
- Sports days
- Celebration events
- Pop-up cinema
- Community festivals
- Outside Space
- No public toilets on this site
Tube : Archway
Bus : 143, 210, 271