Once an unknown enclave between edgy Brixton and salubrious Dulwich, Herne Hill is emerging as a destination in its own right. Our Blue Badge guide Rachel Kolsky will take us to explore this delightful residential village discovering homes of a young Michael Crawford, the man who founded the Windrush Foundation, an eminent London theatre architect and a road named in honour of local resident John Ruskin. Street art and neighbourhood indie shops abound before reaching Brockwell Park with its quiet garden, family mansion and some of London’s tiniest houses.
Meeting point : Outside Herne Hill Station , there is a big ticket hall area and aslo a wide pavement outside . We will finish our 2 hour walk back near the station and lots of cafes with good cakes according to our guide ‘s research !
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