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Take a break from sightseeing to explore London's beautiful parks and gardens! Enjoy a run, picnic by a lake or simply kick back and soak up the sun during your holiday in London.
While London's outstanding museums, royal palaces and landmarks might get more attention, don't miss the chance to explore the city's beautiful parks and gardens during your holiday. London has many green spaces that are the perfect spot for a leisurely stroll, a morning run surrounded by history or simply relaxing after a fun day exploring London. Take a break from sightseeing to let the kids run and play or enjoy a picnic in the sunshine. Here are some of our favorite parks and gardens in London!
Encompassing an impressive 350 acres, and famed as the backdrop for both movies and television productions, Hyde Park is a favorite destination for sightseers and active visitors alike. Enjoy swimming, boating, cycling, and even horse riding while exploring the lusciously manicured terrain.
This royal park that spans 265 acres is a regal spot for visitors and locals alike to pause and admire the beauty of the city. Boasting a collection of formal tree-lined avenues, as well as generous flower beds, a stroll through the posh Kensington Gardens is an institution for residents and visitors who prefer a quieter pace of life.
The Green Park is a slice of natural beauty that’s located next to Buckingham Palace, and which provides a pretty setting for an afternoon picnic before or after a palace tour. Be on the lookout for special events and historical reenactments, which are commonly held on the pristine 40-acre grounds.
Known as the oldest of the Royal Parks, St. James’s Park is an alluring destination that’s famed for its world famous events including the Horse Guards Parade and the annual Trooping the Color pageant, as well as its everyday enchantment and picturesque landscapes.
The sprawling Regent’s Park is a gardener’s delight with more than 12,000 roses scattered about the impressive 395 acres of greenspace. Settle in for a picnic near the gardens, or tour the on-site London Zoo for a fun perspective of London at its most wild.
This regal park that’s close to Kensington Gardens features a world of ways to have an active morning or afternoon. Discover children’s play areas, abundant wildlife, and lush green spaces with a lazy and lingering visit at this hidden gem attraction.
Greenwich Park attracts millions of visitors every year for its gracious suite of on-site attractions including the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College. Linger on the park benches and treat yourself to brilliant Thames views that extend all the way to St. Paul’s Cathedral.
This impressive park sits on one of the highest points in London, and is famed as one of the oldest parks in the city. Pack a picnic lunch and admire gracious and pastoral settings that always leave a breathtaking impression on visitors.
Once the site of famous duels and the hunting grounds of kings, Primrose Hill is now renowned as one of the most scenic spots in London, with a sprawling vista that spans 63 meters above sea level. Take a climb to the top of the hill for captivating vistas that encompass the city.