Queen Mary's Rose Gardens5 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 05:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
- Phone: +44-3000612000
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
Maintained by the Royal Parks Gardening team, this wonderful garden emanates heavenly smell of the exotic roses as you enter the garden. The rose garden is the largest collection of roses in London with approximately 12 thousand roses planted here. The 85 single variety rose beds include the renowned “Royal Parks” rose on display. From classics to modern, this paradise is proud to have it all. The Delphinium Border and the Mediterranean Border is also authentic. The Begonia Garden boasts with 9 thousand Begonias that are twice yearly planted. Shrubberies are designed meticulously to give a sense of privacy to the gardens. You will never be tired while exploring this flower garden. But still, if you get tired or just want to enjoy the vista while sitting, there are benches for you. First two weeks of June are the perfect time to visit this place. You can also explore Primrose Hill, ZSL London Zoo.
How to Reach Queen Mary's Rose Gardens
- Train Chiltern Railways to stop- Marylebone
- Subways Bakerloo, Circle, jubilee, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan to stop- Baker Street Station
- Subway Bakerloo to stop- Regent’s park Station
- Subway northern, Victoria to stop- Warren Street Station
- Subways Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan to stop- Euston Square
- Bus C2 to stop- Robert Street
- Bus C2 to stop- Chester GATE (Stop P)
0.01% of people who visit London include Queen Mary's Rose Gardens in their plan
95% of people start their Queen Mary's Rose Gardens visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Queen Mary's Rose Gardens
People normally also visit Madame Tussauds Museum while planning their trip to Queen Mary's Rose Gardens.
Queen Mary's Rose Gardens Reviews & Ratings
Colourful, aromatic, and tasteful. The famous rose gardens is the idyllic scene for a romantic stroll or simply to escape the bustle of the city to think and reflect. From beautiful rocky falls to flowers every colour you can imagine. The well thought arrangements and design make this the perfect place to take perfect pictures. However, please be respectful to the hard work and beauty of this place by being careful where you tread, as it is clear some people have stepped on some of the flowers. Would absolutely recommend if you are in the general vicinity to at least pass through.
Rose by any other name would smell just as sweet! What a wonderful this is for those who are looking for a nice romantic day out with their loved ones! The fragrance of roses fills the air as you take a gentle stroll through tastefully designed gardens. At ten minutes walk from Baker Street station, this place is easy to reach and hard to get yourself out from. There are hundreds of varieties of roses with charming names and even more captivating colours. Take my word for it, skip the touristy commercial places and spend hours just being you in these magnificent gardens. You will thank me you did. :)
This garden located in Regent’s Park. There is no entry fee. Quite area in central London. Wonderful place. Lots of different kind of roses with amazing aroma and incredible colors! Best place for relax. You could spend here many hours. Such a peaceful garden. Would highly recommend to visit this place ! I love it
One of the most beautiful places I've been in London. And the smell is incredible. Good place to walk around and take pictures or sit in the park and enjoy the day. Would recommend it to anyone visiting who wants a little break from the regular city sights.
Stunning gardens. The roses are exquisite! What an aroma ... happy to see so many buzzing bees. A real welcome surprise. Had no idea Regent's Park was such a find!