Headstone Manor Park is located in Harrow, Greater London on Headstone Lane.
This delightful Harrow park provides over 50 acres of recreation grounds with football pitches, cricket squares and public tennis courts.
Following the delivery of a successful restoration of the Headstone Manor Museum complex, in 2018 Harrow Council delivered a full park restoration which was completed in 2021.
The exciting Harrow Council, National Lottery Heritage Fund, GLA and Thames Water-funded project now has a cleaner moat, sustainable drainage and water management systems, wetlands, heritage and nature trails, new footpaths, playground and picnic area, an orchard and an outdoor education space. Get further details about this project:
Headstone Manor is a nationally significant Scheduled Monument, home to four historic listed buildings and a 14th-century moat.
Through the museum, discover how Harrow became the unique place it is today. From the Stone Age to the arrival of the railways, Headstone Manor has seen it all.
To find out more about the museum and what there is to explore there. As well as talks, family and community events that are coming up visit the Headstone Manor museum website.
Park Facilities at Headstone Manor Park
|Cricket (Clubs only)|
Visit Openplay for information on how you can hire facilities at this park.
How to get to Headstone Manor Park
|There is pedestrian access to the park from Headstone Lane, Parkside Way and Pinner View.|
If you plan to visit by train, the closest train station is Headstone Lane Station (overground) which is a 10 minute walk to the park.
If you plan to visit by bus, the closest bus routes are H18 and the H19.
|If you plan to visit by car, there are small car parks located on Headstone Lane and Pinner View entrances.|
Find out more about events taking place and volunteering opportunities via Friends of Headstone Manor Park: