St James's ParkCurrently Open
- Address: London SW1A 2BJ, United Kingdom
- Timings: 05:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +44-3000612350
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
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 London itinerary 5 days 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.
- 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.
- Donation to Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project will be appreciated.
- Entrance is free.
- 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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27.24% of people who visit London include St James's Park in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
38.57% of people start their St James's Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see St James's Park
70.02% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting St James's Park
A beautifully maintained park bang opposite the Buckingham Palace. You can find the duck lake and a lot more fishes in it. Even pelicans if your lucky. You can walk through this 50+ acre park. It's one of the oldest Royal Parks in London and a must visit once you come to the Buckingham Palace. Itsy second favorite after Regents Park.
Oh, I am so in love with this park! The nature is amazing and the animals stole my heart! Actually I was just passing by but in the end I stayed there like for 2 hours, I really couldn't go away! Take some nuts or bread with you if you want to feed the squirrels and birds :)
This is the most beautiful park I have ever been in, the walking path was dedicated to the amazing Princess Diana. It has a couple of bridges across it leading to walkways on the other side. While on the bridges take advantage of the photo ops as it is beautiful to look towards the Horse Guards Palace or to Buckingham Palace. This park has beautiful flowers like a botanical garden and has black and white swans and ducks swimming around. There is also an amazing allergy conscious eatery onsite called the Inn. This place is so peaceful they should have re-named it Princess Diana Park the serenity and tranquility here is off the chart, its as if Princess Diana is willing it upon all who visit here. I could easily spend 2-3 hrs a day here for the rest of my life, I love this place.
Historic Touristy Grand - must see if you ever visit London. Close to Buckingham Palace and the West End. Picturesque and large enough to find a bit that is not too crowded Good for walks or runs in the park
Lovely for a stroll around but obviously full of tourists. Suggest getting the tube to Green Park, walk through the park to Buckingham Palace then take a stroll up the Mall to St James, turn right onto Whitehall, walk down past the Cenotaph to pay your respects then carry on down the road to Big Ben and Parliament....lovely walk