Regents Park is one of London’s Royal Parks and is often referred to as the ‘jewel in the crown’. Located in North West London it is considered part of the City of Westminster as well as the London Borough of Camden.
The history of Regent’s Park goes back centuries but the Park as we see it today is thanks to famous architect John Nash who redesigned it in the 1800’s. Stretched over 395 acres there is plenty to see and do in this beautiful area.
The Park is home to oldest Zoo in the world, London Zoo. First opened in 1828, the Zoo has an aquarium, reptile house as well as many more attractions. Other notable landmarks within the Park are the London Central Mosque, the Open Air Theatre, and Primrose Hill.
There are plenty of facilities at the Park to keep visitors occupied, with cafes, restaurants, deck chair hire as well as the option to hire out boats and pedalos to ride out on the lake.
Also to be found at the Park is The Hub – the largest outdoor sports facility in London where you can play football, cricket amongst other activities. Visitors can also enjoy the breath-taking views of the Park from here.