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A free central London playground and park, not far from the British Museum, with play equipment for all under 16s including a huge sand pit for toddlers. There are even some farm animals and no adult can enter without a child so it's a safe space...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Corams Fields 93 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1DN, England
This play park is very average, and appears pretty run down in places. Whilst there is a good range of equipment - it isn't as good as the equipment at the local park within the market town we live.
There are better playgrounds for children...More
I came here with the children I was taking care of as a nanny (3). There was free food and lots of activities: arts and crafts, sports, playgrounds. We spent 3 hours there and it saved my day. At the end, they didn't want to...More
A lot of the play equipment was sealed off and not working. The paddling pool had only a small pool of water in it. The wildlife garden is full of rubbish apart from a couple of bee hives at the end of the path. There...More
we've been back!
stayed longer this time, lovely sunny afternoon, ate a leisurely picnic, played cards and chatted in the sunshine. i sat and relaxed and the boys played, climbed, swung from the beams, etc; came back now-and-then to check i was alright. just such...More
Children only can get in and any adult can only go in if accompanying them. Big play ground, lot of activities, hobby classes, small water fountain, and some play equipment's are there. Basket ball, table tennis, and football can be played here. Some times Mela...More
Really nice area to go with kids, close to kings cross for people travelling via train to London. The park is spacious with different sections for different age groups. There’s toilets and an animal section too. Nice place to go with a picnic in good...More
Having heard about Coram's Fields I persuaded my 7 year old to walk with me from the British Museum. While it was a nice oasis, it wasn't really worth the walk. We found ourselves saying "oh that play equipment is in our local park back...More
We arrived full of expectations and we were a bit disappointed. I realise we arrived at the beginning of December, so possibly out of season, but the play area looked almost deserted. Overall I'd say it is mostly aimed at younger children - and for...More
This playground has some nice equipment, including two ziplines, which my child loved It is conveniently located near Bloomsbury. There isn't a of of equipment, given the density of the neighborhood. The planted area is ragged and in need of maintenance The kids tend not...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and