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Points of Interest: Bexleyheath
Up until 1965, Bexleyheath was part of Kent, when the formation of the Greater London Council saw it immersed into the London Borough of Bexley. Even today, most locals consider it to be divided into two by its featured Roman road.
The surrounding area contains a number of attractions including the likes of the renowned Danson House & Red House, along with a variety of 1930s semi-detached dynasties which give Bexleyheath its warm and welcoming feel.
Local attractions include the Belvedere Splash Park which is said to be one of the UK’s largest ‘free access’ wet play parks to date. Once inside the realms of the park, children are able to play on the massive safety surfaced beach which comprises a number of showers, water sprinklers, bubble jets and sprays.
Other local attractions include a fantasy desert island that is surrounded by a lagoon.
Danson Park is one of Bexleyheath’s many green spaces and is a great place to enjoy a picnic on a warm summer’s day. The location is home to a child’s play area, plenty of free parking, a large lake with small hire boats and a lovely café, making it an ideal place to spend a day with the kids during the school holidays.
Both Danson House and Red House boast incredible architectural appeal. Danson House is often described as a ‘sparkling jewel of Georgian splendour’ whilst the National Trust Red House is home to an abundance of William Morris works, making it an attractive proposition to both locals and visitors interested in arts and crafts.
The Crayford Marshes are one of the few remaining areas of London’s Thames grazing marsh and as such, a landmark Bexleyheath is very proud of.
The ditches here play host to a wealth of animal species and rare plants, as well as a good range of breeding birds.