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Originally a royal hunting ground, this scenic park is a popular recreation area offering an artificial lake, tennis courts, cricket ground, children's playgrounds and the London Zoo, which lies on the north side of the park.
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Calm, Quiet and relaxing - Lovely place to go for a stroll in the morning/afternoon. There is a mosque right opposite so it's very convenient for prayers. Cafes nearby. Nice scenic views, there's boats to go on!
Lovely big open space to take a wander with lots of different areas and a little cafe if you need a rest. We went in autumn and it was stunning but guess it has a different vibe in every season. Even saw an urban fox...More
You can sit (on grass or on a bench) by the lake or under the trees and enjoy tranquility in a beautiful park or run around, walk and take exercise and see the sights of London right on your doorstep and close to underground and...More
We visited Regents Park early one Tuesday morning around 7:30am. There were plenty of people exercising, jogging, biking around the roads (not paths) and people out exercising their dogs. We walked around, used the public toilets (cost 20p coins only). Saw some beautiful roses, fountains,...More
The rose gardens here are incredible, the perfume when you walk through the areas planted with roses is stunning. And the squirrels were quite friendly too. I only had 2 hours so didn't see alot of the park, but well worthwhile.
We spent a rather sunny October early noon- afternoon there and it was a lovely break from the race between attractions. The park itself is really well kept and very chill and nice. There is a nice pond with pedalo hire for half or full...More
I think you have all the answers you need but I would suggest take a rug and a picnic and lol on the ground. They may be daisies on them and unless it has got really dry and brown the ground has a wonderful spell and feeling... More
I think you have all the answers you need but I would suggest take a rug and a picnic and lol on the ground. They may be daisies on them and unless it has got really dry and brown the ground has a wonderful spell and feeling about it that you can only get doing it that way. It is not always that exciting actually watching the band, better to lie and listen and watch the clouds. That is how you absorb London.
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Hi, not certain of the closing times for the cafes, I don't believe they are open too late (beyond 6pm), but not ceratin - within the inner circle there is a cafe/restaurant (coffee and cake or more of a dinner time meal... More
Hi, not certain of the closing times for the cafes, I don't believe they are open too late (beyond 6pm), but not ceratin - within the inner circle there is a cafe/restaurant (coffee and cake or more of a dinner time meal). Immediately next door to the open air theatre. It is a decent place, albeit a bit pricey I think. I've only had coffee and cake here - it does smell delicious though!