Victoria Park is 86.18 hectares in area and has one of the
highest visitor numbers of all the London Parks with around 12
million visits per year.
Park opens at 7am and closes at dusk.
How To Get To Us
Nearest underground station: Mile End.
Plan your journey to Mile End Station
Nearest rail stations: Cambridge Heath / Hackney Wick Station
From Mile End Station: Turn left and cross
over Mile End Road. Turn right onto Grove Road – it’s about 10-15
minutes walk straight down. Alternatively, you can also walk most
of the way through Mile End Park, which runs parallel to Grove
Road. You will first arrive at the Crown Gates. Alternatively on
Grove Road you can catch bus 277 or 425 to the
middle of the park.
From Hackney Wick Station: Exit the station and cross the road
heading down Wallis Road. Head up and over the footpath crossing
the dual carriage way and you will arrive at Cadogan Gate.
From Cambridge Heath Station: Take a left out of the station
heading along Cambridge Heath Road, then turn right onto Bishop's
Way. Following this road will lead you to Bonner Gate.
several entrances to the park:
Download an overview
map of the park (PDF, 162kb) including gates,
buildings, historic points of interest/ other facilities.
All Victoria Park's public toilets have an accessible cubicle
and both our cafe's are accessible for wheelchair users. Both our
community buildings offer step free access.
Blue badge holders are allowed vehicle access to the park:
West side of the park- through Gore Gate off Gore Road
with a Radar key.
East side of the park- a radar key will grant access through St
Mark's Gate South Car Park off Cadogan Terrace. Go
through the car park at St Marks Gate South and the electronic gate
is at the back.
Park users in any vehicle are asked to follow the same
5mph speed limit observed by staff and works vehicles.
One of the fishing platforms on the East Lake is accessible from
the main footpath near the children's playground.
For more information on the accessibility of Victoria Park, please see
For more information please contact the Parks
& Open Spaces Service on 020 7364 2494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.