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Beautiful Parks in London

Megha Chakraborty Jun 25, 2024

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London is blessed with wonderfully designed parks throughout the city. Here, you can enjoy the greenery around, by taking a pleasant break from the grey of the city and experience summer picnics and refreshing winter walks.
Hyde Park
The annual Winter Wonderland hub, at London's center.
Here you can row a boat or swim in London’s oldest boating lake, Serpentine. You can explore rose gardens, or visit the Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain.

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Famous park surrounded by Buckingham, Westminster, and St. James's Palaces.
St James’s Park
This park features a small lake with two islands, West Island and Duck Island, with picture-perfect sight of Buckingham Palace from the Blue Bridge.
This royal park was named after the Prince Regent, located in the Greater London boroughs of Westminster and Camden. This park offers Queen Mary’s Gardens with more than 12000 roses, London zoo, open air theatre and idyllic lakes for boating.
Regent’s Park

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Ancient park, 320 hectares, atop London's highest point.
Hampstead Heath
To escape the hustle and bustle of the city, this park includes Parliament Hill, Golders Hill Park and stunning listed pergola, hill garden and much more.
Royal park, 183 acres, blends 17th-century landscape, stunning gardens.
Greenwich Park
This park features an urban sanctuary for deer, foxes and over 70 species of birds.

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Located in South East London, known for grand palace, now lost to fire.
Crystal Palace Park
This park has a a museum, boating lake, skate park and you can enjoy the Dinosaurs and geological landscapes located by the lakes.
Wandsworth's Victorian park, home to Go Ape, playground, zoo, and more.
Battersea Park
Buckingham Palace adjacent triangular park with Canada Memorial view.
Green Park
Outskirts London, 2500 acres, 650+ deer types. Nature Reserve, Mansion, views Thames.
Richmond Park
Holland Park: Jacobean mansion, gardens, peacocks, Design Museum nearby.
Holland Park