Warley Place FREE
Beautiful woodland in an interesting and historic location.Recommended by John Paul Anastasiadis, Romford
Valence House And Museum FREE
Medieval manor house partially surrounded by a moat, now a local museum with exhibitions on history and life in Barking and Dagenham.
Grade II Listed 18th Century manor house.☎ 01708433481
Built in 1803 as a smock mill, now a Grade II* listed building with visitor centre.
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St. Marys Lane
Upminster Tithe Barn And Museum Of Nostalgia
15th century tithe barn and museum of agricultural, domestic and craft exhibits.☎ 01708500600
Owls Play Centre
Indoor soft play centre.☎ 02085009669
Unrivalled entertainment for your children. From the baby ball parks, massive climbing frame, huge slides, indoor football pitch.☎ 01277222550Recommended by Kathleen, Martins corner“It's just a fun filled place where kids can just play n have fun n parents can join in if they want to. Also they have a little cafe in there so u can sit down and have dinner after.”
Local history museum on the site of the old Romford Brewery.☎ 01708766571
Fairlop Waters Country Park FREE
Large country park with a variety of leisure and recreation facilities to enjoy.
Grenfell Park FREE
Lying next to the YMCA at Roneo Corner this parkland runs alongside the River Rom.
Havering Country Park FREE
Large country park with good mixture of grassland and woodland. Formerly part of the estate of Havering Palace.
Harrow Lodge Park FREE
Harrow Lodge is one of the largest parks in the borough and also one of the most popular due to the facilities provided.
Raphael Park FREE
A large landscaped park originally designed by Sir Humphrey Repton, consisting of a lake, sports facilities, café and play site.Recommended by Emma Stephens, Romford
Collier Row Recreation Ground FREE
This is a pleasant local park and play site, including a multi-use games area.
Cottons Park FREE
This is a large, well used, urban park on the edge of Romford Town Centre catering for all ages.
Warley Place Nature Reserve FREE
This 25 acre reserve is the site of a house and once famous Edwardian gardens belonging to Ellen Willmott.
Queens Theatre Green FREE
Situated on the edge of Hornchurch Town Centre this green is a good location to relax. It is also a popular venue for events.
Bedfords Park Visitor Centre FREE
Set in the stunning grounds of Bedfords Park, the nature reserve affords fantastic views over London and into Kent.
King Georges Playing Field FREE
Running alongside the River Rom this flat area of grassland is ideal for both informal and formal recreation.
Bedfords Park FREE
Once a privately owned estate, this is one of Havering’s largest parks and has achieved Green Flag status since 2007.
Lawns Park FREE
Mainly laid to grass this park is known for its scenic views of the capital and surrounding countryside.
Suttons Parkway FREE
Lying behind St Georges Hospital this area of park, running alongside the River Ingrebourne is part of the Ingrebourne Valley.
Hornchurch Country Park FREE
Large country park that has a good mix of heritage and ecology. The park was awarded gold in the Best Country Park category.
Dagnam Park FREE
Known locally as The Manor, this extensive parkland covers open fields, mature woodland and established ponds.
Hylands Park FREE
An urban park situated in the middle of residential housing having achieved Green Flag status since 2008.
Central Park FREE
An extensive parkland of open fields and undulating woodland providing opportunities for pleasant walks and bird watching.
Langtons Gardens FREE
A very popular and well loved historical garden located in the middle of Hornchurch.
Rise Park FREE
A pleasant area of grassland, with football pitches and a children’s play site. There is a summer meadow and stream.
Gaynes Parkway FREE
A linear open space running alongside the River Ingrebourne and is part of the Ingrebourne Valley.
Haynes Park FREE
A large urban park used for both formal and informal recreation. Facilities include a children’s play site, multi-use games court.
Harold Wood Park FREE
A large park which has achieved Green Flag status since 2009. A grid of footpaths provides the opportunity for circular walks.
Lodge Farm Park FREE
A busy park just on the edge of Romford Town Centre and can be used as the start of a route through Raphael Park to Bedford Park.
St Andrews Park FREE
Popular with the local community, including schools and college, this park has achieved Green Flag status since 2010.
Hainault Forest Country Park FREE
Large forest park with woodlands and a variety of activities to enjoy.
Eastbrookend Country Park FREE
Former sand & gravel quarry, now a country park comprising open grassland, woodlands, marsh and lakes.☎ 02082272332
Ten-pin bowling centre.☎ 01708732237
Multi-screen cinema.☎ 03303334444
Vue Cinema Romford
Multi-screen cinema.☎ 03453084620
Risebridge (Havering) Golf Club
Upminster Golf Club
Upminster Golf Club is an 18 hole, picturesque parkland course on high ground sloping down to the small River Ingrebourne that meanders its way through the lower part of the course on its way to join the Thames.
Hainault Forest Golf Club
Hornchurch Sports Centre
Offers a variety of sports and activities to the local community.☎ 01708454135