Created in the 17th century by Charles I, it was originally a deer park. It is one of the largest Royal Parks in London and enjoys national as well as international importance. Also it is considered to be a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation. You will come across numerous amazing buildings known for their cultural and architectural importance.
Address: Richmond, UK
Area: 9.55 km²
Phone: 0300 061 2200
Located in the Central London, it is the largest of four Royal Parks locally. The park has been divided into two parts by the Long Water and the Serpentine. Opened in 1637 publicly, it was particularly famous for the May Day parades. The major features of the park are free speech and demonstrations. It is also known for organization of famous rock music concerts.
Address: London, UK
Area: 142 ha
Phone: 0300 061 2000
3Regent’s Park and primrose Hill
This park is unique in itself as there are open spaces with pathways. Also you will come across formal gardens and children’s playgrounds in the park. It has the largest outdoor sports area across Central London. You may enjoy watching over 1,200 roses in the Queen Mary’s Gardens. Boat rowing may be enjoyed at the lake. There is also an Open Air Theatre, London Zoo and the beautiful Primrose Hill.
Address: Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, UK
Area: 166 ha
Phone: 0300 061 2300
2Grosvenor Square Garden
Located in the Mayfair district of the city, it is also known as the Little America. It is attributed to strong and close association of this park with USA. There are interested spots to be visited in the park from 7.30am to 7pm. These may include the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial Statue, the September 11 Memorial Garden and The Eagles Squadron Memorial.
Address: Mayfair, London W1K 2HP, United Kingdom
Hours: Open today · 7:30AM–7PM
Phone: 0300 062 2000
1St James Park
Basically it is a football stadium that is also home to the Premier League club Newcastle United F.C. The park has a seating capacity of 52,405. It enjoys the status of being the 8th largest football stadium across England. The park served as a venue for 2012 Olympics. Thus it is also used for football matches at international level.
Address: London SW1A 2BJ, UK
Area: 23 ha
Hours: Open today · 5AM–12AM
Phone: 0300 061 2350