St James's Park, London
St James's Park, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: London SW1A 2BJ, United Kingdom
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 05:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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About St James's Park, London
St James Park can not only be remembered as the lovely place in 101 dalmatians, Children of men, 28 days later, but also as the synonym of tranquility. The best part is that you don’t really have to go away from the hustle bustle of the main city to enjoy some quiet time. It is pretty much in the center and it is safe to say that it comes in the vicinity of attractions such as Buckingham Palace, St James Palace, Westminster Palace and a couple of other must visit attractions of London. st james's park is one of the tourist attractions in 5 days London itinerary and also in London Itinerary 2 Weeks. You must visit this amazing tourist attraction in London.
Located centrally and drawing visitors to get a glimpse of the location of 101 Dalmatians and of course, its delightful characteristics. St James's Park Tickets are free of cost. You don’t really have to buy Tickets for St James's Park however nearby attractions may require you to do so. You can check out our tickets segment for St James's Park ticket prices. To buy tickets for St James's Park and adjoining attractions, check out our great offers.
St James's Park Information
- On Sundays and public holidays, between 8am and dusk, The Mall and Constitution Hill are closed to traffic. Planned road closures may also be in place, please check St James's Park news for further information.
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- Donation to Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project will be appreciated.
- Entrance is free.
How To reach St James's Park by Public Transport
- By Tube: St. James's Park (District and Circle Line),Charing Cross Station (Northern, Bakerloo and British Rail lines),Westminster (Jubilee, District and Circle Lines),Green Park (Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee Lines), Victoria (Victoria, Circle and District, British Rail lines)
- By Bus: 3 Oxford Circus,11 Liverpool St,12 Oxford Circus,24 Pimlico, 29 Wood Green, 53 Trafalgar Square, 77a Aldwych, 88 Camden Town, 91 Crouch End, 148 Shepherd's Bush, 159 Marble Arch, 211 Waterloo, 453 Marylebone
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While on vacation in London, we stayed at the nearby Sheraton Grand London Park Lane. One morning, we decided to go see the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. After awhile, we started walking towards St. James's Park. Given the number of parks in London, St. James's Park is one of many but in my mind, it stuck out the most. The park has a small lake and a large number of birds waterfowl, including pelicans, wrens, mallards, Tufted ducks, various British duck species, swans (including black swans), and geese. There are also an abundance of grey squirrels here. The animals are not particularly afraid of people and will come up to you if it looks like you have food. In fact, two squirrels climbed on my BF thinking he had something to give them. At the center of lake is the Tiffany Fountain. On special occasions, the fountain jet is illuminated in color. There's a bridge here called Blue Bridge that offers an amazing panoramic view eastward of the Horse Guards Parade, Old War Office, and Whitehall Court; southward of the London Eye, Shell Tower, and the Shard; and westward of Buckingham Palace. This is a great place to leisurely walk around and take in the lovely views. Since it is next to all things touristy, it can get to be a bit crowded but it's well worth a stroll.
Not the biggest but certain candidate for the best park in London. Nice views of London Eye, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. Calming environment and a beautiful & picturesque lake. Squirrels always jumping around. Big enough find plenty of quiet space to sit or lay & small enough to walk around without getting tired.
Beautiful and peaceful country park in central London. Wildlife aplenty! I love this place. It's usually quite busy, but that doesn't detract from it's natural calming effect 😀 And there are a few places where you can get coffee and ice cream. Sweet 😀
I love this park, what more is there to say? We dropped by after watching the guard change at Buckingham Palace. The weather that day was great and there were so many animals in the park. Definitely a good place for families with children, I am sure they will love the ducks and squirrels there. For the older folks - a good number of benches are available for sitting as well! I'd recommend a visit during the off-peak hours (definitely not during the periods of the guard change) for a more relaxing walk. :)
My favourite park in London. It's just a pleasure wandering around here. Don't miss the Pelican feeding by Duck Island Cottage. Its a nice retreat within easy walking distance from Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards Parade, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.