Tottenham Green

Phillip Lane, N15

Drawing of child, adult and tree again green background

Opening times

The park isn’t locked at night.

Facilities and accessibility


  • Playground


All parks in Haringey are accessible to wheelchair users.

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About your park

Trees and playground in green space

Tottenham Green (and Tottenham Green East) is an open space divided by the A10.


Originally common land, Tottenham Green was first laid out as a park in the early 1900s. 

After World War II, Tottenham Green was re-landscaped and a war memorial built. Today it is a calm space in a busy area.

Angel figure carved in stone

Green flag award

First awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award in 2016, the park has kept it ever since.  

Park management

Find out how Tottenham Green is managed:

Friends group

Find out about the Friends of Tottenham Green group and how you can get involved:

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Report a problem

If you think there’s a problem with this park, please report it.

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Phillip Lane
London, N15


How to get to Tottenham Green (external link)

Page Last Updated:

January 18, 2023

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