Regent's Park, London
About Regent's Park, London
Regent's Park, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, United Kingdom
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 05:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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This sprawling green space lies on 395 acres of Central London. The park area was originally intended to have a palace and villas built on it in 1811 for the Prince Regent who later became King George IV.
The park is home to the Queen Mary’s Gardens and the William Andrews Nestfield's Avenue Gardens, which have a carefully tended collection of beautiful plants and flowers. The London Zoo also lies in the park with over 16000 birds and animals housed there. There is a lake in the park where visitors can hire rowboats and pedal boats for their amusement. The Hub, which is the largest outdoor sports facility in London, is located here. The Open Air theatre here is the only one of its kind professional theatre with several performances and plays held from May to September.
The park is great way to spend a summer day with numerous activities and picnic spots.
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Regent's Park Information
- Limited paid parking is available at the park.
- The park is easily accessible for all.
Regent's Park Ticket Prices
- Please check the official page for additional events, as they are paid.
How To reach Regent's Park by Public Transport
- Tube Station: Regents Park on the Bakerloo Line
Restaurants Near Regent's Park
- The Garden Cafe
- Cow & Coffee Bean
- Mumtaz Restaurant
- Aston Restaurant
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Regent's Park, London Reviews - Write a Review
Great place to hang out and run especially during autumn. Has football, rugby and cricket pitches for enthusiasts. Approachable from Camden or Baker Street. However there is no lighting for evening or night hours so cannot visit in dark. The direction signs need to be placed an improved as well.
We enjoyed sitting in Regent's Park and watching people go by on a really pleasant, sunny Saturday. Wedding parties abounded in all manner of neat, attractive and colourful ethnic clothing. Seeing the happiness of these groups of people and the children playing, was a delight. I hadn't been into Regent's Park for years but the walk in was worth it. London is lucky having so many wonderful green spaces that area well maintained and attractive. Well done to all the Park staff!!!!
Great park. It is big suitable for any activity. It has areas for dogs, running, cycling, kids. It has fountains and ponds to relax, it even has a swimming area for the summer. Sight seeing is beautiful, you could spot birds, squirrels, gooses, and lots of other animals, if you pay attention. Free entrance, long hours. Great place for a walk or a relaxing day out.
This is a wonderful park. It's massive and there are so many different areas to see, from the "secret garden" to the serpentine lake filled with exotic birds to trails into the woods. There's loads of space where you can let your dog roam free & stunning formal gardens where only people can stroll. It's so large that the London Zoo sits in a corner. If you're looking for some fresh air in the middle of town, this is my favourite park.
One of the most beautiful inner city parks. It features huge gardens with an endless range of floral types, water features, sports facilities such football, cricket and much more. On the edge of it there's a relatively large zoo with a variety of animals making it a great destination for families and children. There's an open air theater and a massive canal runs through it.
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