A suburb located in the Borough of Lewisham, Grove Park has developed into a residential community with a number of open spaces. The area is known for its proximity to major cultural hotspots like Dulwich Picture Gallery and South London Gallery. Tower Bridge, along with its museum, is also close to Grove Park while Mudchute Park & Farms offers a nice break from the London cityscape. Greenwich, with all its attractions, is within easy reach as are the National Maritime Museum and Old Royal Navy College.
Grove Park is a bustling business location with a number of serviced offices housing architects, management consultants, computer & technology development companies, lawyers, advertising agencies, accountants and financial providers. You will find many other businesses in and around the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Grove Park is known for its lively entertainment scene with Utrophia and The Space offering an interesting array of the performing arts including live-music and theatre. There is humour on tap at Up the Creek comedy club while The Jellyfish Theatre and Shunt Vaults are ideal for fans of different styles of theatre. Eating out in and around Grove Park is always a pleasure thanks to the number of restaurants that can be found here. Chapters All Day Dining served up modern European food while Babur offers great Indian cuisine. Meze Mangal is known for its Turkish cuisine and you can sample food in a number of gastro-pubs, such as The Hill or The Greenwich Union. There is cuisine to suit all tastes within the local area.
The Overground train network can be accessed from Grove Park and Lee railway stations. For those who prefer road transport, there are a number of bus services in Grove Park as well as plenty of taxis available through the area. The M25 is accessible via the A20.