In the 1980s the park was redesigned as a series of interconnected mainly circular areas, but in 2011 it is being transformed with new landscaping and planting as well as play provision.
William Parnell Park is associated with the Bulow Estate, developed from the 1950s by the LCC who offered Fulham Borough Council 4 acres of land for public open space. The park was laid out in 1961 as a flat area of grass and flower beds, with a large playground. At that time it was called Langford Garden, later renamed William Parnell Park, and it is also known as Pineapple Park due to a sculpture in the park.
Visitor FacilitiesOpening is unrestricted.
- Access & Directions
Access Contact DetailsOpening is unrestricted.
DirectionsTube: Parsons Green (District). Bus: 28, 295, 424
London Parks and Gardens Trust