A hut in Brockwell Park
|Area||50.8 hectares (126 acres)|
Brockwell Park is a 50.8 hectare (125.53 acres) park located between Brixton, Herne Hill and Tulse Hill, bordered by Brixton Water Lane, Norwood Road, Tulse Hill (Road), and Dulwich Road in South London.
Brockwell Park contains a number of amenities, including tennis courts, a bowling green, a BMX track and a miniature railway.
The Grade II* listed Brockwell Hall was originally built between 1811-1813 when the area was part of Surrey and was the country seat of glass merchant John Blades Esq. The land and house were acquired by the London County Council (LCC) in March 1891 and opened to the public on 2 June in the following summer, led by the local MP Thomas Lynn Bristowe. At the unveiling, Bristowe died of a heart attack on the steps of Brockwell Hall.
In 1901 the LCC acquired a further 43 acres (17 ha) of land north of the original park. In the 1920s, there were 13 cricket pitches in the park, which attracted crowds of up to 1,500. Brockwell Park was home to the Galton Institute.
A bust of Thomas Bristowe was returned to the Park and unveiled on its 120th birthday, 2012.
- The recently refurbished 1930s Brockwell Lido, an open air swimming pool
- An all weather pitch
- A bowling green
- A purpose built BMX track
- Tennis courts
- A Basketball/Volleyball court
- Grass and gravel football pitches
- Cricket nets
- A free weekly 5 km Saturday parkrun 
- 5 a side football on Sunday
- A café, inside Brockwell Hall at the top of the hill
- A walled garden with many flowers and herbs
- Community greenhouses 
- Three duck ponds
Brockwell Park in popular culture
Pop singer Adele told the Sun that she was not performing at music festivals in 2011, preferring "sitting in Brockwell Park with my friends, drinking cider."
Brockwell Park is the setting for the music video of 'Do Your Thing' by local band Basement Jaxx.
- Brockwell Park Community Partners
- Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses
- The Brockwell Park Miniature Railway
- Friends of Brockwell Park
- Survey of London entries on Brockwell Hall and Brockwell Park (1851)
- Plan and elevations of Brockwell Hall
- Image of Brockwell Hall in 1820
- urban75 e-zine on Brockwell Park
- Brockwell parkrun
- Sketch of Brockwell Hall and park in 1820
- http://www.brockwellpark.co.uk/hlf_stage2/BPk_hlf_volunteer_plan.pdf page 4