The Best Places for Wisteria Hysteria in London - Primrose Hill and Chalk Farm
There's more than just primroses in Primrose Hill. Take a stroll amongst the posh pastel houses with their cascades of purple on your way to enjoy the stunning views from the top of the Hill.
Primrose Hill has a village-like feel to it accompanied by grand Victorian terraces and pastel-coloured Regency townhouses. Boutiques, artisan delis, and chic eateries and gastropubs line Regent’s Park Road.
St Mark's Church
Regent's Park Road and Albert Terrace
Chalk Farm Road
1. Gloucester Avenue
Just down the road from Primrose Bakery is your first wisteria stop on Gloucester Avenue (above left).
2. St Mark's Church
St Mark's Church is a lovely church built in 1853 with a blossoming cherry tree and pretty garden and is definitely worth a visit (below).
3. Regent's Park Road and Albert Terrace
Not far from the church, on the corner of Regent's Park Road and Albert Terrace, is a collection of pastel Regency townhouses. Wisteria creeps along the low front walls and are also dotted with climbing roses (below).
4. Chalk Farm Road
Overhanging Marine Ices (homemade gelato) on Chalk Farm Road you'll find this glorious wisteria.
Continue south down Chalk Farm Road and you'll shortly find yourself at the iconic Camden Market, which hardly requires an introduction. I've included an interactive map below where I've dropped purple pins at all the wisteria spots I've found. Let me know if I've missed any spots
Purple icons on the interactive map showcase some ideal wisteria photoshoot locations. Raspberry tree icons mark cherry trees, green mushrooms are foraging locations, yellow mug icons are cafes and peach martini glasses are exquisite bars. Map your own route and be sure to check out some of the area's top cafes, bars and restaurants on your way.