Wondering what there is to do in East Greenwich Pleasaunce? Below are a few ideas, and you can also use our map of the park to find what you’re looking for.
The Tree Trail
We have put together a tree trail for the Pleasaunce which lists all 120 trees in the park and details some of them.
There is an outdoor ping pong table you can use for free – just ask at the cafe for bats and a ball
Get refreshed at Pistachios in the Park, which also has a range of wooden toys for sale, and a box of toys for young visitors to play with
If you have a little one bring them along to the play and stay sessions held at The Bridge. The sessions are aimed at Under 5 year olds and have a variety of different activities. Find out more.
After School Clubs, evening classes and Yoga on a Saturday morning and you can hire out the Bridge for parties. Click here for more information.
Playground and ball area
Also known as the dog-free zone, you can play ball games or get swinging in the playground in this fenced-off area
Wander the ‘country lane’ running along the north and east walls of the park – look out for wild plants and flowers
Explore the many naval graves of maritime personnel buried here, paid tribute to annually on Trafalgar Day
The Pleasaunce has a beautiful and diverse collection of trees – go explore, hug and admire them! How many can you identify?
There are often special events being held in the park. Check out our What’s On page.