Middle Lane, N8.
- Children’s play area
- Café and paddling pool
- St Paul's fountain and obelisk fountain
- Tennis courts
- The Philosophers Garden
Priory Park was first Awarded The Green Flag Award in 2003 and has retained it ever since.
About Your Park
The Park is in Hornsey and covers an irregular shaped 6.5 hectares. In addition to the ample green space the park contains a café, paddling pool, tennis courts, playgrounds and a variety of other sporting and recreational facilities. Find out more about the park's facilities and see for yourself what it has to offer!
More than 25,000 people visit the park each year, many to enjoy functions in the Pavilion or picnics in the Philosopher’s Garden, which is a dog-free area.
The outstanding fountain is used as a large planter. It was unveiled in the Pleasure Grounds in 1909 and is made from 50 tonnes of Lamorna granite.
The original eastern section of the park preserves much of its 19th and 20th century landscaping with well-maintained bedding displays, serpentine walks, perimeter shrub beds, mature silver birches, plane trees and an attractive area of mixed tree planting. The park also has an active Friends group.
See the Accessable website (external link) for Priory Park accessibility information.
For details on how to get to Priory Park please see our A-Z of Parks.
If you would like to learn more about the park and the way it's managed, read and comment on the Priory Park management plan 2020 (PDF, 1MB).
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Use Parks Responsibly
Please be responsible for your own, and others safety when using the parks:
- Don’t go out if you feel unwell
- Stay 2m from other people
- Move out of the way of others
- Don’t meet more than one other person, unless they are from your household
- Keep your dog on a lead
- All playgrounds and council managed sports facilities are closed
- Use hand sanitiser and wash your hands when you get home