Transport: Crystal Palace Railway Station has services running into Victoria and London Bridge and where London Overground train run to Highbury & Islington on the East London Line. On Crystal Palace Parade there is a bus depot, which has buses heading to all sorts of destinations such as Brixton, Bromley, Clapham, Orpington, Westminster, Whitehall, Wallington and many more. In addition there are night buses travelling in and out of the City.
Crystal Palace Park: Is one of South East London’s most visited Grade ll listed parks. Famous for its full-scale models of dinosaurs, large maze, skate park, petting Zoo and lakes, means that this park is a welcoming place for all, whether for learning, training, well-being, recreation activities and or events. The site also contains the National Sports centre previously a football stadium that hosted the FA Cup Final in 1885 to 1914.The Park is positioned along the Norwood Ridge at one of its highest points which hosts fantastic views of Central London. The park has recently gained a brand new cafe, the renowned 'Brown and Green' which is, as stated, their biggest site to date. You are able to higher out this fantastic venue for community classes, events and even weddings.
Everyman Cinema: Are you looking to kick back and trade your large Pepsi for a nice glass of wine and a slice of freshly made pizza? If so, then this is the warm friendly cinema experience for you.
Crystal Palace Bowl: Is an iconic South London venue, with 60 years of live music heritage and a legacy as an outdoor performance venue stretching back over a century.
Westow Park: A much smaller park occupying just under 7 acres lies to the south west of the triangle on Church Road. Westow Park hosts the annual Crystal Palace Overground festival. A community festival held over four days during the summer.
Schooling: Crystal Palace contains three primary schools, Paxton Primary School, Rockmount Primary School and All Saints C of E Primary School and one secondary school Harris City Academy.