South Wimbledon's Nearby natural beauty
A great location for exploring south west London, South Wimbledon is a spot that all the family can enjoy. There's a number of parks to discover, including Ravensbury Park and Morden Hall Park - which is part of the National Trust, it would be a shame to miss some of the captivating scenery, beautiful wildlife and historical building that this has to offer.
An ace day out in Wimbledon
A handy base to explore south-west London, South Ruislip attracts visitors to the RAF Northolt base and those checking out Brunel University. Brunel is been named after Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and the splendid architecture alone makes it worth a trip.
Alternatively, the West London shooting school accepts bookings for lessons and courses, or why not sign up for one of the game days.
Abundant history in South Wimbledon
Lord Nelson is known to have links with South Wimbledon and the Merton Place monument marks the spot where his properties and estates once stood. Nelson bought the property in the early 1800’s and continued to expand the estate, making it into a beautiful house with acres of land. He died in battle in 1805 and the properties and estate were demolished in 1823.
Planning a trip to South Wimbledon? Travelodge London Wimbledon Morden Hotel is only two and half miles away or Travelodge London Balham Hotel is less than 20 minutes drive.