Delightful Dulwich In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 17 months ago
Delightful Dulwich In Photos
Dulwich College is a boys day and boarding school in West Dulwich, founded in 1619. Photo: Michał Olszewski

A trip to Dulwich —  with the greenery of Dulwich Park, the culture of Dulwich Picture Gallery and the independent shops of Lordship Lane — feels more like a trip to the Sussex countryside, than to a town in south London.

Bartleys florist in the centre of Dulwich Village. Photo: shadow_in_the_water
Dulwich Wood, close to Dulwich & Sydenham Golf Club. Photo: smith
A statue of Edward Alleyn, the Elizabethan actor who founded Dulwich College. Photo: Matt Brown.
A cottage in Dulwich. Photo: Adam Swaine
Looking down Barry Road towards St Thomas RC Church in East Dulwich. Photo: nicnac1000
Signpost at the corner of East Dulwich Grove and Dulwich Village. Photo: Matt Brown
A historical board denoting the prices of the tolls at the tollgate on the Dulwich Estate. The tollgate is still in operation today, situated at the junction of College Road and Tollgate Drive, towards Sydenham Hill. Photo: IanVisits
Dulwich Picture Gallery is London's oldest art gallery. Photo: icklekitty
Outside Dulwich Picture Gallery, just south of Dulwich Village. Photo: Jason Webber
Pickwick Cottage in Dulwich Village. Photo: Matt Brown
A mural by Conor Harrington in East Dulwich. Photo: Matt Brown.
Dulwich Hamlet play at home against Bognor Regis. Photo: Jason Cobb.
Entrance to Dulwich Park. Photo: JAY

Last Updated 07 December 2016