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The area of Dulwich has always been distinct and exclusive. This is because of Dulwich College which was founded in 1619. It was founded by actor Edward Alleyn as the ‘College of God’s Gift’. It started with almshouses and a school for underprivileged boys.
After the mid-1760s, the college allowed wealthy Londoners to build houses that would maintain their value and that of the estate. The college permitted more affordable homes to be built but kept the numbers down and the standards up.
When you are in Dulwich, it is like you are in another world far from Central London. Dulwich features green spaces and independent shops. It also has a rural village vibe that makes it an interesting place to live in.
This beautiful quiet village has a park, a golf course and a high street with shops and pubs. You can find the shops and restaurants at Dulwich Village as well as the elegant houses dotting the street. Here, you will find independent bookshops, cafes, historic pubs, and chic boutiques.
Besides the gallery, you can find street art from the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery. The outdoor art fair has a collection of murals painted by famous street artists who base their works on historic paintings in the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Across the gallery you will find Dulwich Park which was formed in 1890 from the fields of Dulwich Court Farm and its neighbouring fields. This green paradise in one of the magnificent parks in South London. It features a boating pond, a cafe and some sculptures in a breadcrumb trail.
The streets of Dulwich are another story. You will love walking along Court Lane and Turney Road. Alleyn Park Road has a great view of the towers of Dulwich College, a prestigious all-boys’ school.
Where Dulwich Village meets College Road, Gallery Road, and Burbage Road are a site to explore. On Gallery Road, Belair is a well-proportioned villa constructed in 1765. It is now housing a restaurant and its grounds are open to the public. Meanwhile, College Road features London’s last remaining tollgate.
Today, some of the village’s cottage shops were converted into homes. Several of the larger houses in the village centre have become commercial premises particularly cafés and restaurants. The original Dulwich College buildings are now homes and offices, with a chapel in the centre.
A place worth visiting when in Dulwich is London City Florist. Here, you will learn to appreciate the essence and beauty of flowers. Our Dulwich flowers are available at an affordable price. You can get flowers through same-day delivery without sacrificing quality.
Each of our Dulwich flower arrangements is handcrafted and delivered carefully. We provide the best flowers to clients in Dulwich and nearby towns and cities. When you visit the shop, you will see that our flowers are all fresh and clean.
Our flowers come from the best suppliers and growers in the UK and The Netherlands. This Dulwich flower shop supports small businesses as well as the local floral industry.