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The Regent's Park

Typically referred to just as Regent’s Park, this popular green space is thought to be one of the city’s most regal and elegant Royal Parks. Found to the north of central areas such as Marylebone and Mayfair, Regent’s Park is Grade I listed and on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

Regent’s Park became the beautiful stretch of urban parkland it is today in the early 19th century, however, it had been Crown property long before that. Home to iconic attractions such as London Zoo and the Open Air Theatre, the park is now one of the city’s biggest tourist draws.

Comprising 395 acres, the park accommodates an array of boating lakes, flower gardens and bandstands. The park also has a fine sporting history with cycling, netball, cricket, football and tennis all regularly taking place.

Facts About Regent's Park...

  • A visit to Regent’s Park isn’t complete without a climb to the top Primrose Hill, a charming park that offers unbeatable views across central London.
  • The park is named after the Prince Regent who later became George IV.
  • In the northeast of Regent’s Park visitors can find the Feng Shang Princess, a hand-crafted, red-pagoda Chinese restaurant floating upon the Regent's Canal.

The Regent's Park

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