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 The Falador Park is a large, fenced-in park found in Falador. Several gardeners maintain the plants and ponds located here. It is the entrance to the lair of the Giant Mole, and is a key location in the quests Wanted! and Pirate's Treasure. There is also a Treasure Trail clue scroll which leads you into Falador Park.

Farming Edit

 Falador Park has a tree farming patch for wood-bearing trees. Like all patches, it contains a tool leprechaun, along with the hireable gardener, Heskel. Just east of the farming spot, the garden supplier can be found. She sells bagged plants, which can be planted in a Garden or Formal Garden, in a player-owned house.

The Falador Mole LairEdit

Main article: Giant Mole

Directly under Falador lies a lair, which contains the fearsome level 230 Giant Mole. A player can enter the mole's dungeon by clicking on the giant plant found in the western part of the park. The Giant Mole always drops mole claw and mole skins. The player can trade the claws and skins with Wyson the gardener for birds' nests, (and with the completion of the Hard Falador Tasks, White Lily Seeds) which can be sold for quite a lot of cash.


Falador Park includes ten NPCs, namely:

While Guthix SleepsEdit

Before completion of While Guthix Sleeps, six broken memorials can be found around the pond. Even free players can see this. However, they are broken to the very base and are unrecognisable.After completion of While Guthix Sleeps, the pond is surrounded by the statues of the six fallen warriors; Sloane, Ghommal, Hazelmere, Cyrisus, Duradel, and Turael.

Even though Kuradal is the seller of the slayer cape, Duradel's statue is seen wearing one, due to Duradel being the cape seller at the quests release in RuneScape.


  • Around the time of Christmas in 2011, the ponds in Falador park were frozen and could be walked and slid over. Drakes could be found walking on the ice, but the ducks and swans are nowhere to be seen.
  • If the woman above the pond is spoken to, a brief discussion occurs between the player and the women which ends with the player awkwardly walking away.

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