Mill Hill Park is one of Barnet’s premier parks, covering more than 14 hectares of mainly grass and woodland, with more that 60 different species of trees. The park also has a range of recreational facilities and so provides opportunities for activity and relaxation for all age groups. The main area lies to the east of the A1/A41 and is linked to the smaller, Flower Lane, section by an underpass.

The Friends of Mill Hill Park (FMHP) is an Association, established in 1997. Our role is to work with the Council of the London Borough of Barnet, the residents, general public and all interested persons to protect, develop, conserve, and enhance the historical, architectural, horticultural, educational and environmental benefits of Mill Hill Park within the the London Borough of Barnet.


16 Jul
Theatre in the Park: The Wizard of Oz
16 Jul 2023 15:00

THE WIZARD OF OZ A Magical Musical Immersion Theatre 16...

02 Jul
Theatre in the Park: A Midsummer Night's Dream
02 Jul 2023 18:00

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM By William Shakespeare Quantum Theatre 2nd...

02 Jul
Theatre in the Park: Wind in the Willows
02 Jul 2023 15:00

WIND IN THE WILLOWS By Kenneth Grahame Quantum Theatre 2nd...

18 Jun
Teddy Bears' Picnic
18 Jun 2023 14:00

TEDDY BEARS’ PICNIC An afternoon of music, dancing, singing, fun...

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The Importance of Trees
23 Aug 2022 19:07

As described in our History, the land that Mill Hill...


Map of the park is displayed on the left. For more commuting instructions, click on the button below. By Public Transport Use 221 bus and get off at Parkmead Gardens (N). 7 minutes walk from the park. Use CityMappers or Google Maps for directions. By Car Follow the address below for the car park: 75 Daws Ln, London NW7 4SE Parking The park features two car parks. Please go to the details page by clicking on "More details" button to find out more information about the car park.