Primrose Hill Playground has been identified by The Royal Parks (TRP) as the next playground that will receive improvement works. Playgrounds are costly to build and maintain, and we (TRP) have 14 formal playgrounds to look after across 5,000 acres of parkland. In the past, much funding for playground refurbishments has come from external bodies and this can sometimes take years to secure.
We are currently working with our landscape architects on a design that is reflective of our available budget and resources. We hope to be in a position to share these proposals later this year.
Unfortunately, the central play structure in Primrose Hill Playground had come to the end of its life and was removed on safety grounds. Playground equipment is very expensive, and it is not possible to install a similar replacement as a short-term solution when we have plans to renovate the playground.
Our long term vision is for all TRP playgrounds to have a design that encourages social and imaginative play as well as physical play, and that provides an accessible and natural space that blends in with the rest of the parkland.
We will provide updates as and when we have them via this page. We thank you for your patience and support.
Located at the bottom of Primrose Hill and just north of The Regent’s Park, Primrose Hill playground features a giant scramble net playground and a musical floor, as well as all the traditional favourites, such as swings and a sandpit.
- Suitable for children up to the age of 12
- Children's toilets that include an accessible toilet
- Baby change facilities
March (GMT) 10am-6pm
March (BST) 10am-7pm
October (BST) 10am-6pm
October (GMT) 10am-5pm
The playground is closed all day on 25th December.