The hill was once a popular spot for duellists, determined to stab each other to death on the heights. It also played host to an anti-aircraft battery during World War II. But these days you can bide your time on a bench with dog walkers and energetic joggers.
Drummerboy – “It doesn’t even seem like a hill the first time you clap eyes on it, it’s more like a big mound. The way that people talk about it, I was half expecting something with snow on top and mountain goats clinging to the sides. It’s not until you get halfway up that you realise how steep it is. When you finally reach the summit and turn around it’s like you are looking down on the whole of London. You’ve got an uninterrupted view from the London Eye to Canary Wharf… continued.”
donald – “If it's sunny and there's a nice bit of wind then Primrose Hill is lovely, but if it's raining that it is absolute hell because you are totally exposed up there and I remember a few times when I have strolled up there with the dogs only to get absolutely s… read the full review”
ChrisP – “We quite often go for a stroll up here on Sunday afternoon. They need some more places to eat though, because you have to walk all the way down for a drink. But the view is great. If you're lucky you can get a bench, because they dont have many benches up… read the full review”