93 Guilford St
London WC1N 1DN
Coram’s Field s is one of the most historically significant playgrounds in London. This former site of London’s first home for abandoned children and simultaneously of London’s first public art gallery, The Foundling Hospital became London’s first public playground, Coram’s Fields, in 1936. Coram’s Field is a seven acre, open access playground in the heart of London. This magnificent haven for children is fenced in, with only one gate, making it the perfect place for mums to let their children run off and really play. The site boasts spacious grassy areas, several climbing frames, sand boxes with climbing apparatus, swings, animals in pens, sports fields and an adventure playground for older children. In the middle of the park is a large paddling pool for hot summer days. If a safe, varied playground were not enough, there is an amazing coffee stand that specialises in Austrian baked goods at a very reasonable price. Adults are only allowed in Coram’s field if they are accompanied by a child. The park opens daily at 9AM. The sports fields are available for hire from 2PM on, during term time.
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