Mile End Park
Mile End Park is unusual. It was created as a result of a plan
for London in the 1940s which envisaged that there would be several
green areas connecting different areas of London to the River
As a result the park has been created from land brought into
park uses over 50 years - much of it formerly housing and
industrial buildings. Some of this land is separated by roads,
railways and waterways.
News and events
Mile End Park enabled maps and Audio Walk
Mile End Park has produced a unique set of maps to provide a
step-free journey to assist our visitors with disabilities.
The enabled maps offer a step-free route from Mile
End Underground Station to the Children's Park and Art
Become a park volunteer
We are expanding opportunities for people to volunteer at the
park. We are looking for volunteers, to help become a park volunteer
Mile End Art Pavilion
The Mile End Art Pavilion is a stunning gallery space with a
glass frontage overlooking a small lake available for hire by
artists. Set within Mile End Park and buried in a grass
bank the Mile End Art Pavilion is the perfect space for exhibitions
and installations. This large well lit space can be adapted
to display the work in a number of ways and is of a sufficient size
to allow for collaborative exhibitions. It is only a 5 minute
walk from Mile End Underground Station. Find out more about hiring
the Mile End Art Pavilion.
Improve the quality of Mile End Park
As a part of an on-going commitment by the council to improve
services, we are conducting on-going consultations to improve the
quality of Mile End Park, as a part of its monitoring
We would be delighted to hear from all users of Mile End Park and
its facilities as to how we can do our best to ensure that Mile End
Park is used to its full potential.
Take part in the consultation and have your say!
The park map
The turn of the Millennium offered the opportunity to complete
the park and make all of its constituent parts accessible to
visitors as well as provide a host of new and beautiful
View the Mile End Park pages to see what is available.
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