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So much to do here. Four restaurants, an outdoor theatre, the London Zoo, soccer/cricket fields and the largest rose garden in London. Great for running (ring road = 3 miles).
Enter south east, walk through flower beds & fountains. Go to rose garden, the lake, then north, watch the boats pass on canal then further north to primrose hill for London views. Pack a picnic!
I love this park, especially during Spring. Excellent place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Central London. Go for a run in and around the gardens or take in the sun and people watch.
Very well maintained park, good flat walking and lots of open spaces for picnics or sunbathing. Keep your eyes peeled on the outskirts of the zoo and you can spot some of the animals without paying!
My favourite park in London. The rose gardens are the most beautiful, tranquil place (despite all the people). Grab a picnic basket and head over. Most cafes/ restaurants in the park are overrated...
Good Morning Regent's Park is one of the Royal Parks of London. It lies within inner North West London, partly in the City of Westminster and partly in the London Borough of Camden.
My fav Royal Park in London Has a wild fowl sanctuary & hosts London Zoo.Parking can be a problem, esp on the w/ends. Dedicated disabled parking throughout park. Plenty of sports pitches, at a cost.
One of the nicest open spaces in London. Also a wild fowl and Squirrel Sanctuary. When its cold, it IS COLD.When it is warm, the views r breathtaking. The American Ambassador has his residence here
Visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum close by and then come here to relax and enjoy some scenes of English life. The people of London are very healthy and active.
Regent’s Park is just a short walk away from the busy streets of central London! Relax as you take a stroll and enjoy the beautiful scenery around you.
Great run from here, through Hyde Park, down to St James' Park and over the Thames at Westminster if you're up for it. Take your oyster card so you can jump on the tube home!
May Hyde Park be London's green lung, then Regent's Park is the beautiful green heart if this wonderful city. What a fantastic place to stroll around and enjoy your life!
What can i say? Beautiful landscaping peace of mind an image to the sour eyes. Somewhere over the rainbow? U can find hidden spots around it, very romantic if u ask me ❤️
From the baker street entrance go to the Inner Circle, look to your right and take the path going up - beautiful view over the small lake at the top of the path!
Get off at Baker Street Station and bike around Regents Park. Fantastic summertime experience. Definitely not as crowded as Hyde Park but nonetheless very central.
You can rent a boat at "Little Venice". When you paddle through Regent's Canal you can go directly into the zoo. http://jogabo.com/venues/134-regent-s-park
Regent's Park, formerly known as Marylebone Park, is 140 acres and is situated in the north of central London. It was originally the hunting grounds of King Henry VIII.
Lovely and well maintained park. Go to the "park within the park" near the centre to enjoy the exotic garden 😉
Originally a part of Henry VIII’s hunting forest, Regent’s Park was developed and landscaped (in the 1810s and ’20s) by the city planner and architect John Nash it was opened to the public in 1841
Lovely park, stunning flowers. Inner circle not to b missed. Open air theatre- grand. Cafe is fab & healthy but a little pricey.
This is a better park to relax than Hyde park. It's quiet, peaceful and not as busy. Nice to sit in the tree shades on a sunny day
Come to the bandstand and listen to jazz and other music every Sunday in the summer until mid-august. Runs from about 2:30pm - 5:00pm each week.
Far more secluded from tourists than Hyde Park, none the less far for even a walk or a short tube trip from busy Central London.
So peaceful and very close the Baker Street where you can find nice restaurants after a short walk in the park.
Regent’s Park was once part of King Henry VIII’s game reserve in the 16th century and It became an open public space in 1842 through an Act of Parliament.
Watch out for the Green Woodpecker, who hangs out close to the Broad Walk, he'll usually be low down near the base of a tree, not up in the branches.
Fantastic FREE treasure hunts around Regents Park, download the app, Global Treasure Apps, www.globaltreasureapps.com Everyone loves a treasure hunt, especially if it is free!
Such a wonderful park, love the flowers and the queen's Mary garden. The cafe is nice.
Wonderful London Park. Beautiful lake and could walk around for hours or just sit and relax
Did you know? 40 people died in Regent's Park in 1867 when ice covering the ponds gave way, drowning the hapless skaters. Please don't click the 'I've done this' button.
Beautiful Park, great for working out or just going for a walk...also a great place for lunch during the summer
The beautiful but quieter cousin of Hyde Park. In spring the new blooms are blissfully overwhelming. Sunday stroll perfection!
One of London's best parks. Great for walks (especially when it's sunny!)
Best for running, appreciating Londons open spaces and lovely random flower gardens!
Take a few minutes, even in winter, to explore the central Rose Garden. Lots of flowers with silly names, and plenty of sculpture.
If the sky is blue and you can't see your shoes then this is a great place to be!
Great place to pet dogs. And some wonderful architecture around the perimeter.
Been over in the US on business - You have to go see a baseball game if you ever get chance it was awesome - at Washington DC USA
There is something very relaxing about staring at vast green fields 👌Great place to chill out
Join the cyclists training every morning and evening around the 4.5km loop. Once you get in to your rhythm time flies.
There is open air theatre in this park and on the northside you can see the giraffes from the London zoo
Take a good book, find a quiet spot on one of the luscious lawns, and breathe in the rose-scented air. What do you mean, crazy city life?
Best park in London, it has lovely plant design. Cafe shop and bathrooms.
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