A combination of formal gardens, large open spaces with tree-lined pathways, and four children’s playgrounds and central London’s largest outdoor sports area The Regent’s Park is certainly one of the most impressive parks in the UK.
Take a stroll through the beautiful flowerbeds in the Avenue Gardens, or feast your eyes upon over 12,000 roses in Queen Mary’s Gardens. If you’re feeling adventurous why not hire a row boat and visit the resident ducks on the boating lake? Within the 395 acres of land you will also be able to visit the Open Air Theatre and even ZSL London Zoo! If you’re looking for one of the best views in the city then venture up to Primrose Hill for a truly stunning view of the London skyline.
If you’re a fan of wildlife then you most certainly need to pay a visit to The Regents Park as it provides a welcoming environment for an array of animals. Within the large grounds you will find a sizeable wetland area which around one hundred different species of wild bird call home, it is also a common breeding ground for hedgehogs to keep an eye out during mating season.
When you are planning your next visit to London, you can stay at Mercure London Paddington and explore The Regents Park, a stunning London attraction.Book Now