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Once the hunting ground for Henry VIII, this large royal park is best known for its famous Speakers' Corner, where people speak their minds, Rotton Row, a famous horse-riding area and Serpentine Lake, home to waterfowl and oarsmen.
We went on a very hot day but do not be fooled by the weather .We encountered a Thunderstorm before the Headline act came on . BST in The Park is not cheap for food oulets and drinks unforturanty you cannot bring you. Great Concert...More
A great day out, excellent venue, well run with helpful staff. Glorious weather all day, apart from just as Van Morrison finished the heavens opened and we were all drenched from a typical torrential British summer thunderstorm. Luckily, it didn't last through Buble's entire show,...More
Had not really done much in Hyde Park in all our other visits to London however on this occasion we spent our 3 day visit going through different parts this time. From the British Summertime concert (generally where Winter Wonderland is located) to walking much...More
Walking through the park to the South Kensington museums relaxing, sunny,peaceful. Stopped for a coffee at the Lido and watched the swimmers. Strolled onto the Prince Albert Memorial watching the birds, the neat flower beds, Diana’s memorial and kids learning to play sport. London at...More
I was there couple time and it was good,but the last time it was very bad.
Lots of ducks sh** everywhere,i love animal,birds and whats ever but you can domsomething about it i think or stop charging people then.
They said is nature.
I walk through Hyde Park every time I come to London. The park lets you get away from the hustle & bustle of the city. On the west side is Kensington Gardens where you'll find the stunning Kensington Palace, home to the Duke and Duchess...More
On a lovely day, you’ll see families and friends picnicking, playing football, sunning, listening to music, reading... etc. etc.
There are many paths, beautiful water features and gardens. Also, museums, Kensington Palace, and restaurants are nearby.
Excellent bike pathes with a number of rental locations at different entrances to the park. We rented two bikes for 2pounds each for a 24 hr period. I think this was the most affordable item we encountered in London. There is an excellent BBQ venue...More
Response from aliciapienza | Reviewed this property |
The others have answered your questions, however, I have a maybe helpful hint for the older person in your group. Depending on how far away you need to go, and if cost is a factor, you could take a taxi away from the park... More
The others have answered your questions, however, I have a maybe helpful hint for the older person in your group. Depending on how far away you need to go, and if cost is a factor, you could take a taxi away from the park for a distance, to escape crowds riding the underground, and then continue your journey on the underground to your final destination.
Response from Dillan1965 | Reviewed this property |
It really depends on what time your coach/train departs and where it departs from. Most gigs finish in plenty of time for onward travel so shouldn't be a problem unless the finish of the gig and your coach/train departure... More
It really depends on what time your coach/train departs and where it departs from. Most gigs finish in plenty of time for onward travel so shouldn't be a problem unless the finish of the gig and your coach/train departure are close together. Am assuming you will be either making your way to Victoria Coach or a mainline train station via the tube.