The Heath is on undulating land with areas of woods and grassland and has several ponds including Scio Pond. There are a number of memorials on the Heath, including the war memorial to the north near Putney Heath Road, and a memorial to the Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment. An obelisk by George Dance was erected in 1788 to commemorate an experimental fire-proof house created by David Hartley in 1776, near Tibbet's Corner. Opposite the Green Man Pub in the north east is the former Pound for stray animals.
- Visitor Access & Directions
Access Contact DetailsOpening is unrestricted.
DirectionsRail: Putney, Barnes then bus. Bus: 85, 170, 265, 424, 485
- Conservation Area
- Reference: Putney Heath (small part)
- Site of Nature Conservation Importance
- Site of Special Scientific Interest
- Tree Preservation Order
- Associated People
London Parks and Gardens Trust