Regent’s Park, One of the fantastic tourist attractions, and a spectacular view of London.
Regent’s Park is one of the famous tourist attractions in London. In 1811, this famous garden came to life and created by John Nash. subsequently, the park became the home to some interesting places and stretches over many acres of ground. As a result, you can find many things for the young and the old ones. It is the home to some of London’s famous tourist attractions.
What is there to do in Regent’s Park?
Visit a show
Summer months when days are longer and it’s a sunny day, the 1,250 seats Open Air Theatre offers great performs play and musicals. Watching a theatre in the outdoor in the summer night, while birds are singing and you have hundreds of trees around and the wind flossing and brushing at your face, it’s an amazing experience that you never forget.
View London City
Regent’s Park, known for a great tourist attraction, a grassy hill called Primrose hill offering you a spectacular view of London. Stand on the hill where duels took place and imagine standing in the middle of it all. So, get the perfect and free views and sights of London on Primrose Hill. It might be busy when the sun is shining, however, there is an enormous area and space for everyone to see the sunset.
Visit Regent’s Park Playground
Regent’s Park offers four playgrounds. You can find various great things to do for everyone.
Go for Pedalos
Alternatively, during the summer months go boating on the lake open daily from April to October. For the children, there is a separate lake where they can enjoy Pedalos rides. The park provides a superficial boating lake from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm for Kids boating or the entire family pedalo. Kids can go alone and become the captain of their own boat or go with the entire family. But keep in mind that the kid’s lake is available only for school holidays, Bank holidays and the weekends. You can check FOR more details here.
Walk with birds
Brid lovers and children can observe and enjoy seeing the large range of bird’s life within the park. Since 19th century they observed around 200 species in Regent’s Park.
Discover the Rose Garden
Visit the famous Avenue Gardens near Board Walk in Regent’s Park. All the ornaments restored to beauty. It has an extensive collection of roses and you can view over 12,000 rose species planted here. Be amazed by the four-winged lions supporting the stone bowl in the centre of the garden. Relax in the many restaurants available 6 to be exact. Enjoy a slice of cake, sandwiches and ice cream served at the different kiosks around the park. While at Primrose Hill you will find a 1960s Citroen Truck near the south entrance offering tea, coffee, sandwiches, and wraps.
Visit London Zoo
Pay the London Zoo a visit and enjoy watching all the animals. Lets the kids have fun by feeding the animals.
Go Wild and Play
With around 400 acres of beautiful wide-open area, the Park is an excellent place for kids to play and play. They can claim the trees or have fun around the park. Spot the flower and climbing trees or play hide and see. This park is the perfect spot for a family day out!
Regent’s Park has many public toilets that cater for the disabled with baby changing rooms and for the kids, there is even a playground. Enjoy some hot food at the Smoke House with terrace seats or enjoy a warm beverage at the Espresso Bar. On the other hand, if you are travelling with a family, the Boat House Cafe is the place to enjoy a substantial meal.
Regent’s Park offers the car park facilities but, its limited. Park postcode is NW1 4NR, therefore, use your device can guide you there. We don’t recommend driving by car, because of the parking limitation. But hey if you insist then go early, please.
However, if you use Public Transport, you can use the following Tube Station to get to the park: Camden Town tube station (on Northern Line), St Johns Wood Tube Station (on Jubilee Line), Great Portland Street (on Hammersmith & City-Circle-Metropolitan Line) Baker Street (on Hammersmith & City-Circle-Metropolitan Line-Jubilee Line and Bakerloo Line) and finally Regent’s Park Tube Station (on Bakerloo Line)
Furthermore, the following bus numbers stop around or close to Regent’s Park. Bus Number 2,13,18,27,30,74,82,113,139,189,274,453 and C2.