Lesnes Abbey Woods is a unique urban park found to the north west corner of the London Borough of Bexley.

This website hosts a range of information regarding the park and in particular, progress on its Enhancement Project.

Please return regularly for updates about the park, activities and possible delivery of Enhance Project proposals.

Lesnes Abbey Woods

With so many distinctive features, the park is described as a 'hidden treasure in the heart of suburban London'.

Surrounded by extensive ancient woodlands, Lesnes Abbey Woods is home to a diverse range of wildlife habitats, plants and flowers. A central feature of the park - Lesnes Abbey was founded by Richard de Luci in 1178.

Today you can visit a children’s playground, the beautiful landscaped formal gardens and see a striking mulberry tree reputed to have been planted by King James I who wanted to set up his own English silk industry.

See you there soon.