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St. James's Park
#1 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
When we are in London we always go to St James Park Lovely to walk through, friendly squirrels fantastic flower beads Impressive lake and amazing fountains.
Amazing place with numerous species of birds (including black swans, pelicans, herons and different types of ducks) and funny grey squirrels that come to eat from your hand, St James park is perfect for a little b...
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Hyde Park
#2 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Hyde Park is absolutely awesome Great for the following reasons Great location Clean Beautifully Green Beautiful landscaped Peaceful Great for jogging Great for cycling Take the family out for a picnic ?...
Love Hyde Park, wonderful for walking the dogs, cycling, walking, tree climbing, nature, sun bathing, jogging, picnicking... just wonderful to visit.
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Regent's Park
#3 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
My favorite park in London, Regents is a lovely place for a stroll with great gardens, trees (flowering in the springtime), fountains, water features, swans, small bridges, artwork, and picturesque Boating Lake, w...
I admit it was on a perfect Autumn day that my husband and I strolled around the park, but to see the trees in their Autumn colors, the delightful and well-tended gardens, it was a sheer delight.
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Hampstead Heath
#4 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Picnics, kite flying, tobogganing in the snow, learning to ride a bike, the adventure playground, impromptu football or cricket, long rambles, short hikes, nature walks, fireworks, a 3km run, watching a live band,...
This is a huge park with a large variety of different settings from hilltops overlooking London city, to wooded areas, to stately homes (Kenwood House) to large open meadows.
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Kensington Gardens
#5 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
... place The Palace is beautiful and the gardens are magical very well kept and a wonderful aroma of scented flowers in The Diana garden.. Everything they had about Diana was amazing and the whole park was lovely
Kensington Gardens offers something for everyone - trails for the athletically inclined, Serpentine Lake for nature lovers, Serpentine Gallery for art lovers, Kensington Palace and the Albert Memorial for history...
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Greenwich Park
#6 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
It's historic, on the Thames, has a fab park, gorgeous views, a lively & quirky market, smashing pubs and interesting tourist sites including the National Maritime Museum, The Royal Observatory, Rangers House, Roy...
Beautiful park ,take your time to walk to the observatory and take in the fabulous view .Walk down the path to the maritime museum and little lake and house.You need a day to see all the park and the museums such...
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Holland Park
#7 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Enormous green, beautiful lawns, woodland, toddlers park and adventure playground, magical Kyoto Garden, Flower garden, Ice House Gallery, the Belvedere restaurant, rose gardens...
... variety of koi carp, zip-wire for daredevils, a giant seasaw and climbing equipment, open-air theatre and opera, and an ecology centre that offers nature walks and talks as well as activity sessions for children.
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Primrose Hill
#8 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Amazing views, excellent for picnics in summer,and celebs spotting!! Great place to chill with pins and cheese!! Friendly locals and some great cafe's down primrose on Regent Park Road..
Enjoy the scenic views with a picnic, or wander through chalk farm or regents park for the afternoon exploring the shops and cute little neighborhoods, but be sure the cap your day with a lovely view from "the top...
Chelsea Physic Garden
#9 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Feels like stepping into another world filled with beautiful plants and nature (the birds are very friendly!).
... from the outside, being located in a primarily residential neighborhood, though backing up to the Chelsea Embankment, and the River Thames, and across the River from the Battersea Park & Children’s Zoo.
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Battersea Park
#10 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
I crossed the road, and saw myself outside the gates of Battersea park, one of the best parks in london for peace, pleasure walks, Running, jogging, exercising, pet walks, photography and enjoying serenity.
To me my favourite park in London Free Zen Beautiful lake view Accessible prices for the boats Without a tube station there it prevents lots of people inside Great nature fresh air Beautiful for couples to get a p...
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Kyoto Garden
#11 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
This hidden gem, with its waterfall, pond and peacocks, provides a beautiful and tranquil oasis at the centre of Holland Park!
One of the two Japanese gardens in Holland Park, the other is Fukushima Memorial Garden, is a beautiful area for enjoying the peace and tranquility of its landscape, its various sights and colors.
St. Katharine Docks
#12 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Park up in Wapping, and walk the tow path to St Katherine's Dock.
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Victoria Park
#13 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Amazing park in the sun, large amounts of green space right in the heart of east london, resonates well with all londoners as it is a bit of history in the hustle and bustle of london
It is one of the best parks in London with amazing nature, treats and habitats along with social hubs, water and running tracks - all amazing and award winning
Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Playground
#14 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
The park has amazing sections - a pirate ship in sand with ladders, ropewalks and a mast to climb up : a wooden octagon of hurdles, slides and multitude of climbing options : a small section of teepees : a small s...
This playground is tucked away in a corner of Hyde Park with an extensive range of playground equipment and different areas for kids to explore, which made it feel less crowded.
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Thames River
#15 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
These include the parliament buildings, Tower of London, Coca-Cola London Eye, Hampton Court Palace, Battersea Park, Royal Botanic Gardens, Westminster Pier, HMS Belfast, London Aquarium, Tower Bridge, London Brid...
You can select a cruise to sail the river, or you can do what we love doing, and walk along the banks and enjoy nature that way.
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Regent's Canal
#16 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Fantastic views are afforded of some of the larger houses at Regents park and also you pass through Regents Park Zoo, so keep your eyes peeled for wild animals and birds.
Apart from the ever interesting variety of canal boats, there was Victoria Park, Mile End Park, various Locks & some old Lock Cottages, New housing developments & plenty of waterfowl & dragonflies.
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Queen Mary's Gardens
#17 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
If you like roses, you must visit Queen Mary’s Gardens, a delightful place within Regent’s Park, with one of the world's largest collection of roses in London.
This garden is the jewel in the crown of Regents Park and is a fabulous display of formal gardens including many roses and bedding plants.
WWT London Wetland Centre
#18 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
The park is divided into two routes but each has an abundance of loveliness to see from their 'curated' animal displays - which include Asian otters - to their wild area in which birds and wildlife comes and go as...
There are two parts a really quiet exploration part (South Route), well until you get to the adventure play park and then the West Route more traditional "pens" that you can walk around.
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Italian Gardens
#19 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
The whole point of Hyde Park is its vast size and its openness, right in the centre of a major city, genuinely unique.
An enchanting little piece of Italian magnificence in the heart of London’s Hyde Park!
Crossrail Place Roof Garden
#20 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Nature in the city
Victoria Embankment Gardens
#21 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Stumbled onto this beauty of a park en route to our hotel, The park has beautiful trees, tremendous sized flower beds filled with gorgeous tulips of every color, statues, memorials, and in front of one tree, a pla...
If you seek a somewhat tranquil oasis to catch your breath from the hustle and bustle of the city - yet nearby, this is a great place for a quite short stroll, or a picnic on a park bench.lots of well kept gardens...
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Green Park
#22 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
We love browsing along the alleys of this magnificent English park enjoying the abundance of mighty leafy trees and bright emerald grass of its beautiful lawns.
Whenever we are in London and the weather is nice we always head for Green Park as we find it has everything you need nearby There is plenty of open space, loads of deck chairs (at a cost) and you are just off a m...
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Crystal Palace Park
#23 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Such an amazing park from lovely walks boating on the lake picnicking, kid's playground or try the maze or if your really cool the skateboard park. Brown & Greens van serving delicious coffees and scrumptious food...
Look forward to coming again to explore another park of this vast park There are plenty of paths which are pram and wheelchair friendly Would recommend this beautiful Gem and it's Free
Horniman Museum and Gardens
#24 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Fantastic, park with great picnic spots and musical play area, great little farm section, amazing butterfly house, once inside the aquarium is fantastic, exhibits with lots of things to touch and space for my baby...
this is a lovely museum well worth a visit set in 16 acres with a dinosaur exhibition and aquarium it has a large collection including many musical instruments a conservatory a nature trail and a very popular Satu...
Hill Garden & Pergola
#25 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Anyone with a love for nature will thoroughly enjoy walking and meandering through it, relishing the huge variety of flora, ranging from ancient trees to manicured gardens.
It is nicest to enter the garden from the Golders Green Park (which is very nice too), see the pond first and than gradually build up to the most spectacular parts, like the colonnades.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
#26 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Great site to look round and explore, with cycle parks linking all the way up the Lea Valley to Waltham Abbey, and also through Victoria and Mile ENd parks down to the Docklands and the cycle path along the south...
Very enjoyable 45 minutes spent with Tony and the crew on the Boat Tour through the park which we combined with atrip up the Orbit and a visit to the excellent Shrounds of the Somme tour - very enjoyable day
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Wimbledon and Putney Commons
#27 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
The park is full of the most exquisite fauna and flora you can imagine, so make sure to take a good camera!
Amazing place to relax... Great for walk with dog or your love :) First place Richmond Park and Common is second place for me.
The Victoria Tower Gardens
#28 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
My son really enjoyed this unexpectedly large green space right along the banks of the Thames...really a perfect place to chase your kids around, have a hand-in-hand walk as a couple, or just enjoy a nature break...
The park is located right next to the Parliament's Victoria Tower, being a perfect location, as you can relax and admire in the same time the magnificent sourroundings.
Serpentine Boating Lake
#29 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
The closest tube station to Hyde park is the Hyde Park Corner station but if the main reason for your visit is to enjoy the boating lake then Knightsbridge station is the best and closest to the boating area.
Tip: Nature lovers, it’s a great spot for photography.
Alexandra Palace
#30 of 249 Nature & Parks in London
Alexandra Place is amazing and if you fancy parks with lakes and English style gardens plus one of the Best Views of London it is a definite must visit.
I go here every year either by car or train to a craft show, well laid out, food allowed inside but a little expensive, staff are helpful and the views across London are amazing... with a park next door great day...
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