Highbury Fields Cafe - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama showing a virtual tour of the outdoor seating area next to the cafe in Highbury Fields in London. This picture was taken in late November 2009, the trees have all lost their leaves. You can see the cafe, some people sitting here for lunch and some tennis courts.
Highbury Fields Cafe - FURTHER INFORMATION
Highbury Fields Cafe - London visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Highbury Fields Cafe' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Greater London.
Highbury Fields is the largest open space in the London borough of Islington. It covers 29 acres running north from Highbury Corner almost as far as Highbury Barn and contains open areas, football courts and tennis courts. It is home to the Highbury Fields Tennis League and is often used by Highbury Fields School for sports and games.
Highbury Terrace runs along the western side of Highbury Fields. This set of terraced houses was built in 1777 and have been occupied by some notable people in the past, including John Wesley, Joseph Chamberlain and the Impressionist artist Walter Sickert.
London N7 8PF
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Highbury Grove, Holloway Road.
Tube: Highbury & Islington (London Overground, Victoria lines), Holloway Road (Piccadilly line)
Train: Canonbury Station, Drayton Park Station, Highbury & Islington Station.
Paradise Park is in Zone 2 of the London travel network.