Regent's Park

Regent's Park

Regent's Park is, along with Hyde Park, the most visited park in London. It was designed by John Nash, James and Decimus Burton. The area used to belong to the Duke of Portland, until Henry VIII bought the grounds intending to convert it into one of his hunting grounds. In 1811, the construction of the park started, and it was finally opened for the public in 1838.

Park Royal is the favorite place of locals who enjoy sports activities such as hockey, soccer and athletics. In addition to this, you can also row on the artificial lake inside the park. The Park Royal boasts several hundred roses, numerous birds, and visitors can also enjoy an outdoor theater. It was officially opened in 1828, and it is definitely one of the numerous landmarks of London.

The park also contains the Garden of Queen Mary, which boasts several hundred roses.
Working hours of the Park Royal
Every day from 5am to 12pm.


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