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Morden Park

A beautiful green open space in London's south-west suburbs

"The John Innes Conservation Area in Merton has some beautiful old buildings."

Tom Cope

"Morden Hall Park is a stunning National Trust site right by Morden's town centre, with a cafe and pretty meadowland."

Tom Cope

"Morden Hall Park boasts stunning views of London's skyline."

Thomas Howe

What is your favourite place?

Where do Morden Park locals go?

Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf

A golf course with 18 holes, waterfalls, caves and putting greens, plus moving and even roaring dinosaurs.

Krispy Kreme

Open 'til late, grab freshly glazed doughnuts from the drive-thru.

Chennai Dosa

High quality South Indian food, fantastic service and the best value for money.

Sambal Express

A Sri Lankan/Indian takeaway with massive portions that is excellent value for money!

New Malden Sports Club

Catering for everyone from 3 to 90 years old, it's a great sports club for tennis, squash, badminton and the gym. It's very social and great for the whole family.

Seoul Plaza

A Korean supermarket packed full of unusual and authentic ingredients from South Korea.

Fitness 4 Less

For only £21.99 a month, this gym has a wide range of cardio and weight machines, a free weights room, a pool and classes included!

The Watchman

Once a police station and now a pub, The Watchman is set within a listed building.

Morden Hall Park

With the River Wandle flowing through, there are meadows and wetlands with lots of wildlife and a beautiful rose garden. A fantastic place to walk, run or ride through. At the end of summer, a beer festival is also held here.

Il Villaggio

A great spot for authentic Italian coffee.


One of many Korean restaurants along the High Street. Go and try their chicken teriyaki!

Café Galio

This cafe sells great paninis! It's the perfect place for a quick lunch to eat in or take away.

Al Forno

A great Italian restaurant with traditional and authentic dishes - not just the usual pizza and pasta, although these are tasty too!

Ha Ru

One of the many authentic Korean restaurants on New Malden's High Street, which also has a takeaway service.

The Place

Wonderful coffee made using the ultra-trendy Monmouth coffee brand!

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Morden, Raynes Park, Worcester Park, New Malden, Sutton Common, Merton, West Sutton, Wimbledon, Cheam and Stoneleigh

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Why do you find Morden Park a great place to live?

Local resident

"Morden Park offers the convenience of London living but with the quietness and leafiness of country living. Safe and green, within very easy reach of Wimbledon for shopping and nightlife. Excellent transport links with the Northern line and Thameslink from South Merton. "

June 2015

Local resident

"Quiet, leafy, easy access to shopping in Wimbledon and Kingston. Tube station handy for commute."

September 2012

Local resident

"Lovely parks, including Morden Hall Park (National trust) also good transport connections."

January 2012

Local resident

"The fast transport links to central London (Northern line) and green open spaces."

May 2011


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"Gothic Lodge, Woodhayes Road was the first house in London to have a telephone, introduced by its owner engineer William Henry Preece in the late 1800s."

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  1. About Morden Park

    Morden Park is an area within the district of Morden in the London Borough of Merton, and includes the Park itself, an area of green space in an otherwise dense cluster of 1930s suburban housing. The present park and sports fields between Hillcross Avenue, London Road/Epsom Road and Lower Morden Lane cover land that previously formed the grounds of Morden Park House, a small 18th century country estate (not to be confused with Morden Hall Park, the National Trust property close to Morden town centre). At the bottom of the hill in the direction of Lower Morden runs the Beverley Brook a minor tributary of the Thames.

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