London, Greater London EC1A 7BX
- See if you can find a guide book that describes this place without using the phrase "hidden gem". Bet you can't.
- Once popular with postmen on their lunch break, this park is much higher than the streets around it because it stands on the site of 3 packed medieval burial grounds from nearby churches.
- In Postmans Park you can find a wall commemorating heroic self sacrifice, for those who would otherwise have no memorial. It was unveiled in 1900.
- Here's the plaque of Alice Ayres, where Natalie Portman gets her name from in the movie "Closer"
- A haven of tranquility. The Memorial to Heroic achievements is moving to read
- The fish in the fountain are not for eating
- The best quiet respite from the bustle of the City. Read the moving stories of everyday heroes from Victorian times to the present enshrined on plaques on the wall.
- Very few places, bar war memorials, in this town that the heroic deeds of ordinary men, women and children are remembered.
- Little tear in my eye after reading these.
- This place is a hidden gem. Peaceful little park. Check out the memorial wall.
- Beautifully quiet. Check out the memorial wall plaques.
- One of my favourite places in London. It's a peaceful little park well hidden from the crowd and with some history to discover.
- Genuinely moving place
- Lovely hidden garden in the middle of the bustling city - perfect place to eat lunch on a nice day. Check out the wall of sacrifices.
- The fish are nice to watch.
- Take time to read the plaques
- The ducks in the pond are back!
- Alice Ayres plague. If you've seen the film Closer you'll know what I mean!