Regent's Park

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, United Kingdom
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  • Timings: 05:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +44-3000612300
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot

Regent's Park - Review

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.

One of the picturesque places in London, Regents Park will offer you `an exquisite experience of nature. To enter it, there are no tickets for Regents Park. However, if you wish to know the beauty and layout for this place better, you can buy tickets for Regents Park with us and get a unique experience. If you wish to know the detailed pricing, you can visit our tickets section to know Regents Park Ticket Prices and their availability. Regents Park Tickets are your ultimate chance to enjoy the scenic beauty of Melbourne. Also, visit nearby attractions in the city which are covered in London itinerary 5 days.

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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TripHobo Highlights for Regent's Park

  • Regent's Park Address: Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, United Kingdom
  • Regent's Park Contact Number: +44-3000612300
  • Regent's Park Timing: 05:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Regent's Park Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Regent's Park(preferred time): 10:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Regent's Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki?curid=254092
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Things to Know Before Visiting Regent's Park

  • 8.75% of people who visit London include Regent's Park in their plan

  • 57.58% of people start their Regent's Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Regent's Park

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

94.12% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Regent's Park

People normally club together The Wallace Collection and ZSL London Zoo while planning their visit to Regent's Park.

People also prefer to start their day with Regent's Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Regent's Park, London Reviews

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  • What a different the weather makes when it comes to visits to Regent's Park. Not that we have any problem with the winter when you can find more solitude at this Royal Park, but Regent's Park really comes alive and shows its best stuff during the warmer months. During the summer, the lake is full of waterfowl, young chicks and paddle-boaters casually enjoying their time on the water. Another benefit to summer visits is that the Open Air Theatre is in session so you can enjoy outdoor performances in the evening. Further, if you visit during early June, you can see the excellent Queen Mary Rose Garden in full bloom. This is a treat in an of itself and something that we greatly miss when passing through Regent's park during winter visits. Overall, we highly rate Regent's Park during the summer when the Open Air Theatre and Queen Mary Rose Garden able to be seen and enjoyed. This is one of the Royal Parks that is well worth spending time during summer visits to London.

  • A gem within central London. Great spots for sunsets, walks by the water, feeds the birds ( with appropriate food ) going on a boat, seeing frieze. Or just walking through to get from central to Camden. The gate keepers are absolute jobsworth hood rats but that’s the only negative. Has lots of well hidden places which I’ve been fortunate enough to see and experience. If you’re a tourist or a local it has what you need. Beautiful place

  • Nice venue for study and learning. Lots of cafes to bug coffee and lively selection of cooked foods, salads, refreshments etc in the main dinning hall that would out a five star restaurant to shame. Excellent facilities. Depending on where your class is, it can be. A fair climb up stairs and finding toilets near you is not easy as they tend to be down a floor or in the basement. Set in great park and lively grounds, easy transport links and cafes, shops near buy. Good transport links. This is a nice place to study and learn.

  • A lovely and 2nd large park in London. Great place to spend an entire day. Good located and easy to reach. You can find public toilets, Open Air Theatre, Zoo, The Roses Garden and many more. Is a quite park, ideally for those who like to walk or read sitting on a bench. You can feed the ducks but be aware what will you give them for goods.

  • Herbaceous boarders project colour and calm. Trees waft gently in the breeze. The verdant green grass exudes serenity. The rose garden creates an existential English garden. Pigeons and magpies wait expectantly for lunch leftovers. Spend time enjoying time, rather than letting time chase you.

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