London has several parks, of which the Royal Parks are the best and well known, including the following….
Attractions include the Serpentine lake, Speakers’ Corner (where people gather to listen to speakers share their views on religion, politics, etc) and the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain. The park is also used for hosting public events, such as concerts, both classical and pop, as well as other cultural events. [more…]
This is London’s oldest Royal Park and considered by many to be the most beautiful. Contains a man-made lake over which crosses the Blue Bridge. From one side of the bridge there is a wonderful view of Buckingham Palace. [more…]
A delightful place to relax, with formal rose gardens, a boating lake, wildlife garden and secluded woodland. Also has many sport areas, an open-air theatre; London Zoo can be found here! [more…]
The smallest of London’s Royal Parks. Mostly comprised of grassland and mature trees. Provides a relaxed atmosphere and on fine summer days the park is very popular for picnics. [more…]
Kensington Gardens is located next to Hyde Park. Highlights include Kensington Palace, the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Garden, the Round Pond (a lake created by King George II in 1730), a bronze statue of Peter Pan and a 900-year-old tree stump known as Elfin Oak. [more…]