Crystal Palace Park Campus

Our campus in Crystal Palace Park is located in the National Sports Centre, serving as an education hub for environmental learning in South London.

Students are able to contribute to the welfare of the Park and its green areas, as well as care for our animals at Crystal Palace Park Farm.

We also work in partnership with local schools to offer opportunities to 14 and 15 year olds for practical tasters and training in environmental studies, horticulture and animal care alongside their school GCSE programmes.


The Campus includes Crystal Palace Park Farm, an extensive suite of rooms and workshops in the Jubilee Stand, and practical facilities for horticulture and arboriculture within the Park. The Farm is also open for public visitors and is a popular local attraction.

Find us

  • Crystal Palace Park, Ledrington Road, SE19 2BS

    Tel: 0208 778 5572, Map

  • By bus: 157, 358, 410, 249, 432, 322, 417, 3, 363, 202 and 931

    By rail: Served by Crystal Palace Station (from Victoria, London Bridge and Dalston Junction)

    By car: Visitor parking is not available on-site, but car parks are available around Crystal Palace Park

Did you know?

The original Crystal Palace was designed by Sir Joseph Paxton for the 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park.

Crystal Palace Park is rooted in the educational themes of discovery and invention.

Crystal Palace Park Farm is operated by Capel Manor College staff and students, and is free to enter.