How to get to Gladstone Park
Gladstone Park spans the postal districts of NW2 and NW10 and is South of the North Circular Road and West of the Edgware Road in the Borough of Brent, Northwest London.
Tube - Dollis Hill (Jubilee Line, Zone 3) - Take the right hand exit from the ticket hall into Burnley Road, diagonally opposite and to the right of the zebra crossing is Hamilton Road. The park is at the bottom end of Hamilton Road. The total distance is under half a mile (approximately 6 to 8 minutes).
Tube - Willesden Green (Jubilee Line, Zone 2) - Take the left hand exit at the top of the steps from the platform and left again into Station Parade (it runs parallel to the railway line) follow it down past a white house called "The Castle" and bear right into Cranhurst Road and then immediately left into Riffel Road, continue to the bottom of Riffel Road and turn left at the junction with Melrose Avenue. Carry on to the bottom of
Buses - South of the park, Anson and Kendal Road, number 226.
Buses - North of the park, Dollis Hill Lane, number 232.
Both of these routes have bus stops alongside Gladstone Park.
Bus number 245 and 216 both go to Dollis Hill Lane, but you will have to get off close to the junction with Coles Green Road and walk uphill for about half a mile along Dollis Hill Hill Lane until you reach Gladstone Park on your left.
Train - Cricklewood (Thameslink) - Exit the station and turn right towards Cricklewood Broadway, about 200 yards on the opposite side of the road pick up a 226 bus, destination Park Royal, alight at the Gladstone Centre, Anson Road - OR - carry on walking; cross Cricklewood Broadway at the lights and continue down Chichele Road, take the second on the right, Anson Road, continue for about half a mile and Gladstone Park is on your right. The total distance is just over one mile (approximately 15 to 20 minutes).
Access and Parking
There is vehicular access to the surfaced car park in the north of the park from Dollis Hill Lane with space for approximately 40 cars. Pedestrian access is excellent from all sides of the park.