Royal Parks in London

For a retreat from the capital's hustle and bustle, head out and explore one of London's beautiful Royal Parks.
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The Peter Pan statue features squirrels, rabbits, mice and fairies climbing up to Peter, who is stood at the top of the bronze statue. It is located in Kensington Gardens to the west of the Long Water.

Kensington Park and Hyde Park (side by side) + Picnic Lunch // Free to Public // Kensington – Open at 6 am until dusk. // Hyde Park – Open 5 am until Midnight.

View of London from Primrose Hill summit

The best picnic spots in London. Here is a list of 10 of our favourite green areas to eat outdoors, from secluded secret spaces to vast parks.

Jubilee Gates

Find out about The Regent's Park including how to get there, opening times, car parking and contact details.

Richmond Park, originally a deer-hunting park, still has 300 Red Deer and 350 fallow deer. The deer in the park are wild animals.

Richmond Park is walking distance from school. Great for jogging, taking a breather, and hopefully deer observing!

Park bench on Primrose Hill

A grassy hill topped by a viewpoint, Primrose Hill has a character all of its own – it is separated from Regent’s Park by Prince Albert Road and the ZSL London Zoo.

Marble figure on corner of Albert Memorial

The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens is one of London's most ornate monuments. It commemorates the death of Prince Albert in 1861 of typhoid.

Red roses in the Rose Garden

This popular rose garden is located on the eastern side of the park and forms the backdrop to the Ranger's House.

Rhododendrons in the Isabella Plantation

Learn about the improvements made to the Isabella Plantation as a result of a Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund ‘Parks for People’ award.

Speakers' Corner is a traditional site for public speeches and debates since the mid 1800's when protests and demonstrations took place in Hyde Park.

Speakers' Corner is a traditional site for public speeches and debates since the mid when protests and demonstrations took place in Hyde Park.

The Royal Observatory

The Royal Observatory is the home of Greenwich Mean Time, the Prime Meridian and London's only Planetarium.

The Blue Bridge in the distance and Horse Guards Parade

The Blue Bridge offers spectacular views across St James's Park Lake to Buckingham Palace to the west and Horse Guards Parade, Big Ben and the London Eye towards the east.

St Paul's Cathedral from King Henry's Mound

King Henry’s Mound offers fabulous panoramic views of the Thames Valley to the west and distant view of St. Paul’s Cathedral to the east.

King Henry’s Mound offers fabulous panoramic views of the Thames Valley to the west and distant view of St. Paul’s Cathedral to the east.

King Henry’s Mound offers fabulous panoramic views of the Thames Valley to the west and distant view of St. Paul’s Cathedral to the east.

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