Hampstead Heath comprises of 792 acres of varied, irregular groupings of heathland, woodland, fields and formal grounds.
The Heath, which is London’s highest open space, is a survivor of the once great Middlesex Forest.
Mainly south of it spreads the hill-
On OUR website you will find details on a wide variety of topics, including the different Heath areas, interesting buildings and structures, the fauna and flora, historical and cultural references and a whole host of other fascinating and informative pages.
There are several areas where you can interact with others visiting this site, such as our chat rooms and a forum or you can send a FREE postcard to a friend or loved one.
These are based on a variety of photographs taken on The Heath.
There is also a Guest Book for you to leave comments about the site.
Many visitors to this site find it quite rewarding to browse through the numerous old pictures, illustrations and descriptions to see just what Hampstead Heath and its surrounding areas were like in olden days and how the area has developed and changed.
You can navigate through the site by clicking on one of the MAIN MENU buttons at the top of this page.
All buttons have sub-
Use the SEARCH ENGINEs to look up anything you want to know and you will reveal a comprehensive list of pages, where this item appears!
PLEASE DO LET US KNOW about any interesting articles you have written or any photographs or pictures that you possess and would like to share with other lovers of The Heath.