Saturday, June 18, 2005

Hampstead Heath

Just got back from the Heath after a three hour hike/picnic there. It was a very nice day (still is) with the temperature around 31°C. There are nice breezes of wind. Wonderful for topping up my tan.

We entered through the Northen entrance of Hampstead Heath (Kenwood House).
Kenwood House was built in the early 18th century and now managed by English Heritage. It contains private art collections loaned to the House. Entrance is free. I have been there before and it is a typical museum with a couple of docents. If you are into high arts then you should probably make the effort to view the house.

Hampstead Heath

Kenwood House


Hampstead Heath


The Heath

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath

The Heath is pretty large. It took us about 30 minutes to get from the Northern entrance down to Parliament Hill (south). But you will definitely need a whole day if you want to see the rest of the 800 acres park. Unlike other parks in London, Hampstead Heath is not a garden.


Anonymous said...

Ah...that squirrel looks so cute!

Rakyat said...

looks awesome man. will definitely have to find time to go there. what time did u leave?

Jon Choo said...

Great, I don't really understand your question?

vacation rental london said...

Wishesh to have more places liek this and all of us to have more time for it
as the guy with everything and nothing said...
"looks awesome man. will definitely have to find time to go there."
Congratulations for the pics