Dulwich Park (London)
Dulwich Park Park is a large urban park in London.
The main entrance is in College Road, in the leafy suburb of Dulwich.
The land was originally farmland, and there are surviving ancient oaks which had been used as boundary markers.
The park was created in 1890. One of its regular visitors was Queen Mary, and one of the entrances, Queen Mary`s Gate, was named after her.
There are several gardens, including an American garden, which has a huge election of rhododendrons and azaleas, creating a mass of colour.