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Population: 30000
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Boris Karloff Jools Holland Tim Roth Alan Bush Enid Blyton Anita Brookner Chris Eubank David Lodge Alfred Mason
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April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Dulwich is a lovely area of south London where green spaces, woods, wildlife and an authentic village atmosphere together create the illusion that you're not really in a city at all, least of all one of the world's largest. This is among London's oldest settlements, situated in a valley surrounded by hills. Dulwich Village - a conservation area - centres on a high street lined with buildings from the 18th and 19th Centuries. Grand houses, cottages, small shops, an ancient burial ground and a Grade II-listed pub, the Crown & Greyhound, vividly recall the village's history, while many of the newer developments spreading outwards have been designed in similar traditional style. There are two exceptional visitor attractions. One is Dulwich College, a glorious Victorian building by architect Charles Barry, whose father Charles designed the Houses of Parliament. The other, set in beautiful grounds, is Dulwich Picture Gallery, the oldest purpose-built art gallery in England with a world-class exhibition of paintings by old masters including Rembrandt and Rubens. The annual Dulwich Festival takes in arts and culture for all the family. Walkers, meanwhile, enjoy the former farmlands of Dulwich Park and the woods climbing Sydenham Hill. A golf course is nearby.


Dulwich Picture Gallery


Dulwich Orthodontic Centre
Haynes Dental


Paxton Green Group Practice

Estate Agent


Golf Club

Dulwich & Sydenham Hill

Pub and Bar

Belair House
Black Cherry Bar
Crown & Greyhound
Vale Bar


Belair House
Black Cherry Bar
Le Piaf

Vale Bar


Alleyn's School
Dulwich College
Dulwich College Prep School
Dulwich Village C of E Infants School
James Allen's Girls' School
James Allen's Preparatory School
Kingsdale Foundation School
Langbourne Primary School
Oakfield Preparatory School
St Anthony's Catholic Primary School


Judith M Long


Edward Alleyn Theatre

Sports Clubs

Camberley LTC (Tennis)
Dulwich CC (Cricket)
Dulwich Hamlet (Amateur Football)
Dulwich Kingston CC (Cricket)
Dulwich Runners AC (Athletics)
Dulwich Tuskers (Volleyball)
Fisher Athletic (Amateur Football)

HAC (Men's Hockey)
Kings College Hospital RFC (Rugby Union)
Old Alleynians RFC (Rugby Union)
Streatham & Marlborough CC (Cricket)
Tulse Hill & Dulwich (Men's Hockey)
Tulse Hill & Dulwich (Women's Hockey)
Yoshin Judo Kaj (Martial Arts)


The Cheese Block
East Dulwich Deli
Majestic Wine
JoJo Maman Bebe
Phase Eight


Pelo Sports(Football)

Places to Stay near Dulwich

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Queens Hotel Crystal Palace (1.84 miles)

Queens Hotel Crystal Palace
Having been given the flourish of a light makeover to some of the areas within, an expansive white exterior openly greets the visitor to the 5-storey Queens Hotel. Situated close-by to Crystal Palace Football Club ... More | visit website
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Wishing Well Inn (1.94 miles)

Wishing Well Inn

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deally located only 8 minutes by train from London Bridge, this inn offers high quality accommodation combined with the atmosphere of a good quality, traditional and popular English pub.
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Church Street Hotel (2.23 miles)

Church Street Hotel
In an area not known for its choice of hotels, let alone stylish ones, comes the Church Street Hotel, a welcome new addition to the South London hotel scene. If your idea is to get ... More | visit website
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Peckham Lodge (2.30 miles)

Peckham Lodge

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Established in 1849, the Peckham Lodge is a majestic building full of character and original features, occupying a central and strategic location on a main road into Central London. ... More

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Melrose House (2.47 miles)

Melrose House
Melrose House is a family run guest house in a traditionally built Victorian town house with off-street parking, and is situated in a quiet and pretty suburb. Only fifteen minutes from the centre of London, ... More | visit website
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Euro Hotel Clapham (2.59 miles)

Euro Hotel Clapham

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The Euro Hotel Clapham is an attractive property overlooking Clapham Common Park. The hotel is located close to the London Underground, with all public transport facilities.

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Euro Lodge Clapham (2.60 miles)

Euro Lodge Clapham

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This attractive property overlooks Clapham Common, and is an ideal base from where to explore historic London, with major road links and public transport conveniently located close by. Euro Lodge Clapham provides ... More

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Gateway Hotel (2.64 miles)

Gateway Hotel
The Gateway Hotel offers high standard and convenient accommodation located close to Clapham South tube Station. We are conveniently located close to the heart of the city yet within 3 minutes walk of one of ... More | visit website
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Pasha Hotel (2.70 miles)

Pasha Hotel

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Pasha Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the heart of London within a short distance of the most delightful sightseeing like Parliament Houses, Tate Modern, Big Ben in central ... More

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113 Pepys Road (2.76 miles)

113 Pepys Road

This semi-detached Victorian family house is situated on a hill and overlooks Telegraph Hill Park, the first landscaped park of its kind in South East London with 100 year-old oaks. The house is very welcoming, ... More | visit website

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