The nearest station is Forest Hill Overground - the museum is signposted from the platform 1 exit and is a 10-minute walk away.
Parking is severely limited in the local area, but there pay-and-display car parks behind the nearby Sainsbury's and also at Forest Hill station.
The course has both wheelchair and buggy access. Additionally, the course has adapted putters for wheelchair users, as well as putters for your kids.
The museum’s cafe has a children’s menu and high chairs. Or you could head to Dulwich. Kidadler Rebecca says, "If you want to be in Dulwich Village, go to Rocca which has good pasta and pizza and does kids portions. There is also a Pizza Express. In West Dulwich try the Rosendale pub, which has a kids’ play area outside and a beer garden. In East Dulwich basically everywhere caters for kids as there's so many! Try Franco Manca on Lordship Lane or The Actress on Northcross Road for pizza (and Oddono's gelato for pudding!).”
Kidadlers absolutely love the Horniman Museum, so why not explore that once you've finished your round of golf? Lizi says: "It was a nice manageable size compared to the somewhat overwhelming huge London museums, and it was lovely to be able to drive there rather than navigating the Tube with the kids."
Each slot is half an hour - each ticket allows ticket holders to play two rounds of golf, except the family ticket which is for one round. Please be aware that each slot can accommodate a maximum of six people. Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.