Roundwood Park (London)
Roundwood Park is a public park in London.
The main entrance is in Harlesden Road, Brent.
Roundwood Park covers almost 25 acres, and is a good example of a Victorian municipal park, with its original layout almost intact.
It was opened in 1895, and was described by Mr Pinkham, Chairman of the Parks Committee, in his opening speech as "a veritable Garden of Eden without the serpents".