Bruce Castle Park
Lordship Lane, N17
Book tennis courts online
You can now book Bruce Castle Park tennis courts online. Visit the OpenPlay website (external link) for details.
Green Flag Award Winner since 2003
Located in Tottenham, Bruce Castle Park covers eight hectares of parkland and is rich in history dating back to the early 11th century.
The park was created from the remains of the ancient Bruce Castle family estate, purchased by the Council in 1892. Bruce Castle Museum, a Grade 1 listed 16th century manor house, now houses the borough’s local history collections and archives and has been open since 1927.
Each year nearly 900,000 people visit the park to use its many facilities, including the tennis and basketball courts, play bowls or to enjoy festivals and events. In the summer, children flock to the paddling pool and then the magnificent ancient oak tree, that dominates the northern side of the park, which provides welcome shade. Find out more about the facilities
For details on how to get to Bruce Castle Park please see our A-Z of Parks.
To read more about how Bruce Castle Park is managed, please read its management plan found in the attached files section below - please note the management plan document is over 2 MB in size and may take some time to download on slower internet connections.
Bruce Castle Park is part of the Better Haringey Walking Trail.
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Park opening and closing times
Our parks are opened at dawn and locked at dusk. These times change depending on the time of year so for more detailed closing times please see our Approximate Park Locking Times (Word, 55KB)