Welcome to Cedars Park
Where history is just a walk in the park
Cedars Park is a public park in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. The grounds are of historical and national importance, as they once held the significant royal residence of Theobalds Palace. The park was given to the public by covenant in 1919 and opened in 1921. It has been expanded over the years and now covers 19 acres.
The park is located near busy dual carriageways, but retains a peaceful atmosphere and charming character. Investments in recent years have revamped the park with new paths and features, new woodland, and better information about the rich history of the park. There is also a Nature Centre on site.