Millwall Park offers a variety of facilities, including football pitches, cricket, bowls, play areas (toddlers, juniors and older children), a play centre for under 5s and changing rooms.
There are paths for strolling, seats, trees, meadows and other planting for biodiversity and scenic value. The site represents the heritage of the former docks and shipping industries in the shape of the now disused railway viaduct and the former ropewalk, all within view of Canary Wharf.
This former docklands site complements the formal, riverside Island Gardens, by providing for sports and play as well as space to get away from the urban scene and to see the sky. The site is linked to the Mudchute Urban Park and Farm. Together with Island Gardens, the three sites together offer a tremendous variety of scenic interest and considerable wildlife value, all within the heart of London.
The community makes good use of the site with a high level of sporting activity and an increasing amount of community events. Local schools and office workers from Canary Wharf make good use of the site.
We are improving the quality and range of facilities as well as the biodiversity value of the site. In the summer of 2018 an outdoor gym was installed .
The park currently holds a Green Flag Award.
- Outdoor gym
- Play centre for ages 4 and below
- Play area for ages 4 and below
- Play area for ages 5 and above
- Bowls green - pay to play
- Cricket - pay to play
- Grass football pitch - pay to play
- Rugby pitch - pay to play
- Centre for hire.
Size: 5 - 10 hectares
Address: Manchester Road, London E14
Nearest DLR stations: Mudchute and Island Gardens
Bus: D7 and 135.
For more information please contact the Parks and Open Spaces Service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before you travel please visit TFL for directions and maps.