Holland Garden is secluded open space located in the west of Wimbledon. It is accessible from Cambridge Road, Pepys Road and Cottenham Park Road.
Holland Garden was a gift to the people of Merton from Lady Holland in 1928, in memory of her husband Sir Arthur Holland, who founded Wimbledon and Mitcham Library and was President of Wimbledon Football Club. The Holland family house, Holmhurst (now demolished), was located at the top of the hill near Westside Tennis Club.
The locking process normally begins around sunset and takes some hours to complete. You should leave the park at dusk to avoid being locked inside the park.
|Monday - Friday||8 AM||Dusk|
|Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays||9 AM||Dusk|
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Leisure and Culture Services
Merton Civic Centre
Telephone: 020 8545 3678 or 020 8545 3930
Fax: 020 8545 3237
Holland Garden is located in the West Wimbledon. There are three pedestrian entrances to the gardens:
- Cambridge Road/Pepys Road
- Cottenham Park Road
- Orchard Lane
- Train: Raynes Park Station (10 minutes walk)
- Buses: 200, 57 and 131