Based on the current Government guidelines, Alexandra Palace is currently closed and this includes all the activities list below. For more information click here
Alexandra Park is alive with activity. From high-octane zipwires and fitness classes to more sedate pedalos and pitch & putt – there’s something for everyone. Why not make a day of it?
Ready for a big adventure? This custom built, triple-tiered hub is the ultimate test of balance and nerve. Featuring challenging obstacles at increasing heights, a free-fall Tarzan Swing and a 46ft sheer drop called The Plummet.
The Garden Centre at Alexandra Palace is conveniently perched on the south side of the park. Regarded as one of the capital’s best garden centres it is also one of the largest in London.
Located near the Boating Lake, the Children’s Play Area is the perfect place for little ones to let off steam. The East Court and Lakeside Café are located nearby for refreshments.
A great place to sharpen your skills or just watch others perfect their grinds and ollies. We have enough to keep you busy including ramps, 2 fun boxes and 2 grinds.
All year round adventure soft play centre with café serving refreshments for its patrons. A great escape for kids and their parents all in a beautiful partly wooded setting. Open every day and perfect for parties.
Swan Lake on your doorstep! Lakeside Boats offers a fantastic range of boats to choose from including pedalos and classic rowing boats. Come and have a sensational experience, a great day out for all.
North London’s famous farmer’s market at Ally Pally takes place most Sundays near the Crouch End entrance to the park with fantastic local produce from over 30 stalls.
Have a game while enjoying one of the best panoramic views of London’s skyline, the 10 hole Pitch & Putt course in the park is open daily throughout the summer.
Alexandra Palace is a charity, run for the benefit of everyone. Our Park, Palace and spectacular events have been enriching lives since 1863, but the coronavirus pandemic has hit us hard. To be blunt, we are looking at a £1m shortfall this year and the same again next year. We know this time has been hard on many people but, if you can afford it, your support will help us get through this crisis.