Regent´s Park

Green Space Open in this Schedule (possibly closed due Covid-19 restrictions) Check location

Regent’s Park is one of the city’s most celebrated royal parks with numerous activities and picnic spots to let people enjoy a summer day beautifully. Originally the park was intended to remain a hunting ground for Henry VIII and remained a royal-only retreat until 1845. Later, it opened to the public as a wonderful shared space.

This sprawling green space lies on 410-acres of Central London with tree-lined pathways, formal gardens, multiple playgrounds for kids, and a huge outdoor sports area. One of London’s eight royal parks, Regent’s Park is home to the William Andrews Nestfield’s Avenue Gardens and Queen Mary’s Gardens with 12,000 beautiful roses.

Some other highlights include a boating lake and the London Zoo with more than 16,000 birds and animals housed there. There is also an Open Air Theatre that hosts several professional performances and plays from May to September. The two most famous spots in the park are around Hanover Gate where a timber treehouse was built for kids and the peak of Primrose Hill known for offering expansive views over London.

Contacts & Details

Chester Rd London, United Kingdom NW1 4NR

Sunday:

05:00 – 21:00

Monday:

05:00 – 21:00

Tuesday:

05:00 – 21:00

Wednesday:

05:00 – 21:00

Thursday:

05:00 – 21:00

Friday:

05:00 – 21:00

Saturday:

05:00 – 21:00