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Barnes Green Pond

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The focal point of Barnes village is the Green and its pond which connects to Barnes Common via a footbridge across Beverley Brook at the northern end of the Green. Barnes pond is the quintessential Barnes landmark and Barnes pond is home to many breeding pairs of birds.


Barnes Green is accessible at all times.


Barnes Green has been developed as one of several accessible Friendly Parks for All in the borough. 

Barnes Green has an accessible waymarked path around the pond. 

Facilities include:

Family activities (pdf, 351 KB)


Friends of Barnes Green

If you would like to become involved in the park or find out about the projects Friends of Barnes Green are working on, then please visit  Barnes Community Association website.

Contact details:

Email: info@barnes-ca.org

Telephone: 0208 878 2359

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Car parking in the area is limited, so it is advisable to walk or use public transport.

Public Transport Directions

The nearest train station is Barnes Bridge, and the area is served by bus routes 209, 485 and 969.

Barnes Green Pond


Church Road, Barnes, London, SW13 9HE

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Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

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