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Coram's Fields: a free playground in central London

Coram’s Fields is a unique 7-acre playground and playground for children in central London. It is free to use and provides a safe and stimulating environment where children can play freely. Only adults with a child are allowed and there are always staff available to make sure everything is okay, just like at Diana Memorial Playground .

It is good for children of all ages and is a great place to visit at the end of a day of sightseeing for the kids to go crazy for a while and relax over coffee.

Contact details

Coram’s Fields
93 Guildford Street
Tel: 020 7837 6138
Email: [email protected]

Reach the fields of Coram

Nearest Tube Station: Russell Square
Directions: Turn right from the tube station, pass the Brunswick Center, walk 5 minutes (the road bends to the right), turn left and you will be there.
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Opening hours

Open every day except Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Summer: 9 am to 7 pm Winter
: from 9 am to sunset

Cafe opening hours:
Monday: closed from
Tuesday to Thursday: from 1 pm to 5 pm,
Friday: from 10:30 am to 5 pm,
Saturdays and Sundays: from 10 am to 5 pm


  • Free playing lawns (suitable for family picnics)
  • Artificial grass sports fields
  • A children’s pool
  • Arenales
  • A ‘flying fox’ and other slides
  • A pet corner (with sheep, goats, ducks, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs and birds)
  • A vegetarian cafe

In the area (dining room)

Coram’s Cafe is at the front of the Foundling Museum next to Coram’s Fields. This cafe offers freshly prepared meals and snacks at reasonable prices.

Visit the nearby Brunswick Center for shopping and dining. The Giraffe is a family restaurant and there is also a juice bar in the complex.

In the area (tourism)

Try the Free Family Day in Central London which includes a visit to Coram’s Fields.

  • Founders Museum
    (Literally next door)
  • Charles Dickens Museum
    (5 minute walk)
  • British museum
    (10 minute walk)
  • Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archeology
    (10 minute walk)
  • Grant Museum of Zoology
    (15 minute walk)

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