Potters Fields Park lies at the heart of London, with sweeping views across and along the Thames, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the Gherkin and City Hall.

The grassy mounds and riverside walks of Potters Fields Park are also one of the few remaining green open spaces along the riverside, providing the perfect spot for the many varied events that are staged here throughout the year.

Bring the family for a picnic; lie on the grass and read a book; have a drink and a bite to eat from the cafe; or just stroll through the park on your way to work – there are so many ways to relax.

Extensively landscaped in 2007, the park you see today has been transformed into a beautiful, world class facility, which hundreds of people pass through and enjoy on a daily basis. The park reflects upon its distinctive local history, and provides a safe, clean and restful space within the bustle of the city.

Its sweeping expanses of grass, whispering trees, quiet walkways and colourful herbaceous garden by Piet Oudolf, world famous plantsman, provide an oasis of peace.

Potters Fields Park is managed by the Potters Fields Park Management Trust, a not for profit company set up in 2005.