What's on at Crystal Palace Park
Crystal Palace Park has a wealth of attractions for all the family and has regular events and activities for the local community and visitors to the park.
The park is home to:
- National Sports Centre
- Children's play area
- Dinosaur trail
- Fishing lake
- Concert bowl
- Children's farm
- Boating lake
- Bust of Sir Joseph Paxton
- Italian Terraces and sphinxes
- Information Centre
- Crystal Palace Museum
Please note, the café is currently closed for redevelopment, and a mobile catering van is currently providing refreshments.
You can download a leaflet guide to the park
Crystal Palace Park dinosaurs
Find out more about the dinosaur restoration...
Events and activities
The park has regular events and activities that take place:
If you want to hold an event in a park, you can find out more on the Bromley Parks website.
Crystal Palace Park hosts regular sporting activities. You can find out more by visiting the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre website
On the first Sunday of each month (April to October), at 12 noon, the Crystal Palace Museum gives guided tours of the historic Crystal Palace site.
Friends of Crystal Palace Park
The Friends of Crystal Palace Park hold volunteering sessions in the park on the second Sunday of every month, find out more about getting involved.
Inspired by the Subway
The Friends of the Crystal Palace Subway were previously awarded £10k from the Heritage Lottery Fund for their project ‘Inspired by the Subway’.
Find out more about the Inspired by the Subway project.
Community Projects Fund
The council are inviting voluntary and community groups to apply for a community grant for Crystal Palace Park. The community projects fund, which has continued over three years, will award grants to community groups to deliver specific projects and activities in the park. Find out more and apply