Parks and Gardens

Regents Park Bandstand

Regents Park

Covering 395 acres, this park is another favourite amongst both locals and tourists. As well as being home to Queen Mary’s Gardens, which features over 12,000 roses of different types, and Primrose Hill, a smaller open space with stunning views of London, the park also holds the largest outdoor sports area in central London – meaning there really is something for everyone.

Kew Gardens London

Kew Garden

Perfect for the modern adventurer, Kew Gardens is home to tropical glasshouses, exotic rainforests and tree-top walkways sure to excite and amaze. With a plethora of stunning landscapes and botanical gardens, this World Heritage Site is definitely worth a visit no matter how old you are.

St James Park London

St James Park

This Royal Park is perhaps, location-wise, the most Royal of them all! With Buckingham Palace and the Mall bordering the 23 acres of beautiful green space, St James Park is a firm favourite amongst visitors of the city. In summer deck chairs line the grass in anticipation of the millions that walk through its gates every year, whilst the colder seasons see views of the Shard and the London Eye emerge from the mist above the iced over lake.

Richmond Park London

Richmond Park

There’s a whole lot of history behind London’s largest Royal Park, which was originally created as a deer park by Charles I in the 1600s. Richmond Park has since become an integral open space to the city during World War II and more recently the 2012 Olympics, and continues to attract millions as they take in its beautiful deer, blooming flowers and stunning scenery!