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The Regent's Park
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Today 5:00 am – 4:30 pm
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Chester Rd London NW1 4NR United Kingdom
Chester RdGBLondonNW1 4NR
+44 300 061 2300royalparks.org.uk
ParkToday 5:00 am – 4:30 pm
Monday 5:00 am – 4:30 pmTuesday 5:00 am – 4:30 pmWednesday 5:00 am – 4:30 pmThursday 5:00 am – 4:30 pmFriday 5:00 am – 4:30 pmSaturday 5:00 am – 4:30 pmSunday 5:00 am – 4:30 pm
The Regent's Park is the largest grass area for sports in Central London and offers a wide variety of activities, as well as an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo and many cafes and restaurants.
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Deckchair-scattered Royal Park with rose gardens, ponds, cafes, an open-air theatre and London Zoo.- Google
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Dhart Lala
3 months ago
A very beautiful park. I visited this park with my son Saad Rehman in 2008. At one end there is the wax museum and London zoo on its other side. It's completely a noise free park where you can only have deep look to nature as well as the birds in their natural habitat. I would love to visit this park again if I happen to get a chance.
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Donald robertson
9 months ago
Magnificent…this is probably the most beautiful, lush, green park in London. Walking around there is just like being in a forest in the middle of the city. It has always been well-maintained and people who come here also try to preserve it. I recommend everybody to go see it and dive into the beautiful nature.
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Alan Spencer
5 months ago
Last week, we went walking there and had great time with our baby. Such beauty is hard to be found. My wife was impressed with lush gardens and landscapes. It was an amazing day full of beauties of nature. Perfect place to take fresh air and to relax.
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Luke Coleman
6 months ago
On my days off, I prefer visiting this park to watching boring films at home. It is really worth going there. Fresh air, amazing landscapes and gardens. It is a perfect place for jogging and different kinds of sport activities. There are so many facilities, so you can't get bored in such place.
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Natalie Hutchinson
3 months ago
I simply love this park. It is perfect for jogging, walking or just wandering. It is hard to find such beauty nearby. You can enjoy the amazing nature around. Every time I go there I feel so relaxed and I get rid of all unpleasant thoughts. I would spend the weekends there more often.
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Eoin Bailey
7 months ago
Regent's Park is another one of the great city parks and has some beautiful areas to visit. Specifically make sure you go to the Queen Mary Gardens, they are perfectly manicured and if it's a sunny weekend day you'll probably see some wedding photos being taken. If you're feeling thirsty, or you just want to be entertained go see the Ready Money drinking fountain. The entertainment comes from watching people figure out how to make the water flow from the fountain. Pro-tip: just tap your open hand on the end of the tap and water will flow for about 15 seconds. On a hot day the water coming out of this fountain seems as fresh as a mountain spring!
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Albert Richards
7 months ago
Stunning view to the city from here. When we want to escape from the busy life in the city, we find rescue on Primrose Hill. Sunsets are amazing, fresh air fills in your lungs and you’re recharged with energy for at least a day. A little sunshine won’t do any harm. If only I could spend my days here on the green grass overlooking the city hustle instead of being part of it.
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John Hajiandreou
a month ago
Excellent park never seen anything like it. Took us over 45 minutes to find a toilet. First one was closed second one under maintenance and the third one was to far