Hyde Park, London
About Hyde Park, London
Hyde Park, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: Hyde Park, London, W2 2UH
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 05:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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Spread over 142 hectares of land, Hyde Park is most definitely one of the best parks in the whole world. It houses various kind of buildings as well as three licensed restaurants that serve anything right from coffee to snacks to main course. The best part is that there are a host of activities available in this park. You can opt for cycling, swimming or playing any sport of your choice. If not enjoy a quiet time with your family or take a simple stroll across the beautiful parks. hyde park is one of the tourist attractions in 5 days in London itinerary and London Itinerary 2 Weeks. You must visit this amazing tourist attraction in London.
Hyde Park Information
- Opens at 5:00 am.
- There are many activities like painting workshops, family evenings, hobby classes and what not. Check these out if you are into that sort of a thing.
- Do check for events that keep happening.
Hyde Park Ticket Prices
- Free Entry
How To reach Hyde Park by Public Transport
- Tube stations: Lancaster Gate (Central Line)
- Buses: North London: 6, 7, 10, 16, 52, 73, 82, 390, 414; South London: 2, 36, 137, 436; West London: 9, 10, 14, 19, 22, 52, 74, 148, 414 & East London: 8, 15, 30, 38, 274.
- Tube: Hyde Park Corner or Marble Arch.
Restaurants Near Hyde Park
- Racine Signor Sassi the Serpentine Bar and Kitchen
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Hyde Park, London Reviews - Write a Review
As beautiful as any country park. Fabulous trees. Lovely lake. Great gardens. Perfect for fun, families, walkers and sports enthusiasts. All credit to those who maintain these amazing spaces.
Brilliant place. You wouldn't believe you were in Central London. Lots to do. Walks and cafes. Good toilet provision too. Must visit the Diana Memorial Fountain. It is really good and you can paddle in it.
We went to Hyde Park for the winter wonderland and were not disappointed. Yes it was busy, wet and a little pricey - but as long as you expect that you can have a lot of fun. There were lots of rides, stalls, shops and attractions and it will only get bigger as the years go by. Worth getting cash out before you go as the machines on site charge 2.95 to withdraw cash.
Really great area with a lot of beautiful scenery. Ideal for a jog, bike ride, taking dogs out for a run etc... On a sunny day I also suggest you take a picnic basket and enjoy the heat as well as the lovely green scenery from within the city
It's a clean, organized and easily accessible magnificent place. If you want to chill out, exercise, have a calm meal, and or have fun, that's the place to go. The Winter Wonderland, is a must go festival that takes place inside the park, starting from mid November, til 1st January.
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