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About Regent's Park
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We really enjoyed the paddle boats, very clean, not too crowded, was on our way from Park Ave to the London Zoo.
The park is rich in a variety of different views. Flower walks, ponds, open fields, long straight walks. You name it. A large park near the center. You can walk from Baker Street to Camden Town, sit on a bench and enjoy the views, or...More
Last night we went to a performance of Jesus Christ Superstar. Fabulous theatre venue. Beautiful to look around. Good but pricey drinks. So pleased we went.
Took some of the smaller family members to the park after a trip to the Zoo, to let off steam!. Loads of space couple of half decent cafes. the park currently has some weird and wonderful sculptures in show which looked great .
This may just be the best park London has to offer and a welcome relief to the city. We rented paddle boats, biked through the park, climbed trees and laid in the grass. The flower gardens are incredible and with a cafe onsite you don't...More
One of my favourite places in London to visit. Wide, open spaces, lush green grass. It is pure bliss, one could not ask for more. Great coffee stops/cafes along the way. From Queen Mary's Rose Gardens to the Japanese Gardens to the sporting fields, it...More
Some cities have a mountain, others have the ocean...London has it's parks and Regent's Park is my favourite. Firstly, there is a zoo...and one of the best in the world. It is in the heart of London and easily accessable from most of of the...More