Mile End Park
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
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Ragged School Museum
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Mile End Park information
The 36-hectare Mile End Park is a long, narrow series of interconnected green spaces wedged between Burdett and Grove Rds and Regent’s Canal. Landscaped to great effect during the millennium year, it incorporates a go-kart track, a skate park, an ecology area, a climbing wall and a sports stadium. The centrepiece, though, is architect Piers Gough’s plant-covered Green Bridge linking the northern and southern sections of the park over busy Mile End Rd.