Welcome to Abney Park

Abney Park in Stoke Newington, one of the ‘magnificent seven’ garden cemeteries of London, is a woodland memorial park and Local Nature Reserve, managed by the Abney Park Trust.

We offer free public access throughout the year so everyone can come and enjoy this oasis of peace and greenery with a fascinating history.

Take a guided walk, learn how to carve a spoon or chisel stone, discover why seemingly dead trees are cities for wildlife, or experience the magic of Abney after dark at one of our unique events

The Trust relies on grants from the local council and other bodies as well as charitable donations. We also rely on volunteers to help us maintain this unique site and keep it open to all at no charge. We're always happy to hear from anyone who would like to help, so please do get in touch if you want to be a part of magical Abney.

News from Abney Park

Help Save Abney!

Abney Park is under serious threat from the Wilmer Place development on its border. Read the latest news and find out what you can do to help. NEW information!

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Abney Now Reopened

Abney Park has now reopened after being closed yesterday due to high winds.

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New Events

Drawing Exchange / Dissenting Gothic

A free and open social draw-and-walk. Please join us to draw as we explore the reoccurring themes of dissent ever present throughout Abney Park Cemetery.
Thurs 30 October, 2pm

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Music Hall Guild guided tour

Please note September's tour has been cancelled. There will be a tour in October instead. This will be the last tour of the year.

Last Sunday of each month, 2pm

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Park opening times

Abney Park is open from 8am year round and closes at varying times. 

The current opening hours are 8am – 5pm daily.

 

The Visitors Centre

is usually open from
10am – 2pm,  
Monday to Friday,
though times vary
so please call before
making a special visit.

Contact Details

Abney Park, Stoke Newington High Street,
London N16 0LH

Tel: 0207 275 7557

info@abneypark.org