A huge wooden pirate ship is the centrepiece of this playground. Located next to Kensington Palace, over 1,000,000 visitors enjoy this free playground each year. There are toilets and baby change facilities, and you can grab something to eat or drink at the Broadwalk Cafe.
With a wonderful playground and sporting facilities, this pirate themed park has something for every toddler who loves imagination play. It is also next to the Oasis Farm which is an urban farm and community resource in Waterloo
"Archbishop's park behind St Thomas's hospital. There's loads for children of all ages." - BMG Member
Peckham Rye Park has a brand new children's playground right next to The Round Cafe where you can pick up a coffee before playing. There is also an excellent adventure playground, perfect for intrepid explorers.
Cassiobury Park is the largest public open space in Watford with lots to do with toddlers, including a paddling pools playground, bungee trampolines, miniature railway, bouncy castles, a farm and of course, playgrounds.
"Playground in Edwards memorial park in shadwell is also nice. It's right next to the river Thames, the playground itself is fenced and there are tennis courts there too and a beautiful park. Fun for the whole family" - BMG Member
Coram's Field, located in the heart of London, has a mix of accessible play equipment for all ages from toddlers to older children as well as two wide lawns for children to play. Facilities includes a large adventure play area including a zip wire, a witch’s hat swing, huge slide, sensory and music area, wheelchair-friendly play area, paddling pool and sandpits.
Highbury Fields is Islington's largest park. There is a children's playground with sand pit, water play feature and toilets. Children can also enjoy the new adventure play structure, while Mum grabs a coffee from the Oasis cafe.
Well that concludes our Useful List of London's best toddler friendly playgrounds. Join our London Mums discussion group HERE and look out for our next useful list and make sure to contribute!