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Waterlow Park (Highgate)

Waterlow Park is a public park at Highgate in North London.

The main entrance is in Highgate Hill.

It was bequeathed to the public in 1889 by Sir Sidney Waterlow, as a "garden for the gardenless".

Set on a hillside, the park offers superb panoramic views across London.

Lauderdale House is a timber framed 16th century house, and is now used as a tea room, and for concerts and exhibitions.

There is a statue of Sir Sidney Waterman.

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