Bishops Park is a park in Fulham, West London. The park was opened by the London County Council in 1893, on land given by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. It is listed Grade II on the register of parks and gardens of special historic interest maintained by English Heritage.
The park runs north of the River Thames from All Saints church along a broad tree-lined avenue and an embankment path along the river, and ends at Bishop's Park Road. It contains tennis courts and bowling greens, with another small park area fronting Fulham Palace Road. It is adjacent to Fulham Palace and Fulham Football club.
|Monday||9:00 AM – 8:30 PM|
|Tuesday||6:00 AM – 8:30 PM|
|Wednesday||6:00 AM – 8:30 PM|
|Thursday||6:00 AM – 8:30 PM|
|Friday||6:00 AM – 8:30 PM|
|Saturday||6:00 AM – 8:30 PM|
|Sunday||6:00 AM – 8:30 PM|
Maren Dallmann | Mar 12, 2018
Lovely park with something for everyone. A nice enclosed dog exercise area suitable for most dogs. Not very large ones as the fence is only about 1m high and not for very small ones are the bars are about 10cm apart.
Scott Carey | Apr 29, 2018
Classic horror film buffs, take notice: this is where that priest in The Omen, being chased by the evil forces, tries to shelter from a impending storm but ends up (alert: incoming spoiler!) impaled by a falling lightning rod from the church nearby! Sun tan seekers, dog walkers, weekend photographers and the like: rest assured you'll end up coming a second, third time after your first visit - just like it happened to me when I lived in Fulham, so attractive are the views of the Thames, Putney, the church gardens and some parts of the park itself.
Stephanie Rumble | Dec 29, 2017
Beautiful, large park. Good playground for kids and small fields for dogs to run around. Could be considered small when compared to other parks but still a very nice walk around the park and past the Thames. They also have an outdoor cinema some nights which seems very intriguing. Will be returning.
Sasha Alessandra | Jan 3, 2018
Lovely family park with a view of the Thames! It has green space for dog walking, skate boarding area, beach for kids, nice little pond, a large green space for games/sunbathing. As you walk towards the bridge, you will find a lovely rose garden which always brightens my mood. If you fancy to have a break there are many benches along the way with a nice view on the river.
Richárd Vámossy | Mar 17, 2018
The Bishops Park located next to Putney Bridge, along the Thames riverside. It's a great place to spend some valuable time with family or friends. You can bring here you pets and have a walk with them. There is opportunity to play tabble tennis, basketball; there's a playground for children and a separated sand box. Perfect place to escape for a bit from the "city".
John Smith | May 14, 2018
Fun park, easy to walk around, nice environment. I think the park is great, surrounded by beautiful houses and such like very quiet and right next to the river. Great place to run, dog walks and just to chill out.
firstname.lastname@example.org Nevroselimi | May 21, 2018
A great place to take your little ones to.Realy nice play area with water and sand ,green space for your dog and your pick nick. Coffee shops , gardens and river near by. A good place to spent your Sunday afternoon .
Sau Li | May 7, 2018
Beautiful park with sand pit, view of river, playground for children, basketball court and skater section and bishops house. Lovely would definitely recommend. We always visit on a sunny day.
jeff benjamin | May 9, 2018
Abutting the Thames this Park has superior children’s amenities including playgrounds, cafe, an ‘urban beach’, splash pool and skate bowl. An ornamental pond, large ‘meadow’ and sports facilities among a medley of well-maintained ‘parkish’ diversions. The Thames path here is outdated and detracts from an otherwise top-notch destination.
Julie | Jul 4, 2018
Bishops park ticks all the boxes! We had a family picnic so didn't explore too much but what I did see I liked very much. It is a well thought out park, tidy and well kept. Plenty for everybody to do from the very youngest to the oldest. I may have missed them but the ONLY thing I thought it lacked were picnic tables which can be found in other well established parks. So for older folk unable to make it to the ground the ONLY option was a bench as far as I could see. Unless you lugged furniture around with you. Good facilities, toilets cafe etc.
Kelsie Ashton | Jul 9, 2018
Beautiful spot, especially in summer. Lots of shade, sport fields, picnic areas and water fountains (for dogs too). I often cycle through, play touch and have picnics here. There is also lots for the kids, fountains and a sandpits. As you can imagine, it does get very busy of a hot day over the weekend.
Dariusz Dąbrowski | Jun 30, 2018
I've expected bishops park as a nice place... but I found it amazing !!! Really great place to take a rest, have a good time with family or to spend there romantic moments. Truly recommend for everyone. "Need to be" place .
David Pollock | Jun 23, 2018
A lovely little park situated south of Hammersmith station along the Thames Path. Perhaps you're in the area to watch a game at Craven Cottage, chill in the park before hand. It's the perfect spot for a small picnic with either friends or family, plenty of space for sports activities and sunbathing a like.
tony Wat | Jul 16, 2018
Really nice little park. Popular with dog walkers and families. Pleasant little cafe. Not a lot to say really, well kept, tidy and relaxing.
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