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London Parks

London is home to some of the most historic, tranquil and largest parks in the UK. With over 17 main parks in London, it is hard to believe that there are so many tranquil retreats within the busy London districts. London parks are often an overlooked tourist attraction, host regular events such as marathons and other sporting events, fairs and music events, and best of all entry is free!

Enjoyed by all ages, London parks are perfect for a spot of sunbathing, a picnic, relaxing walk and many sports activities. Deer, rose gardens, children's playgrounds, nature trails and lakes, they can all be found in London parks. London is home to such famous parks as Greenwich Park, Hyde Park, Kew Gardens and Regents Park. Discover more here in our guide to London Parks.

Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park is the oldest Royal Park in the UK and has been since its enclosure in 1433 when it was the first park to be enclosed.

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Hyde Park

At 390 acres Hyde Park is the largest park in central London and one of the most popular. It has been a royal park since Henry VIII seized it from the monks of Westminster Abbey in 1536.

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Kew Gardens

The Royal Botanic Kew Gardens situated in Kew, London, are usually referred to as 'Kew Gardens' and are famous for having the world's largest collection of living plants with over 30,000 different kinds.

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Richmond Park

At almost 2500 acres in size, Richmond Park is the largest Royal Park in London and is designated as a National Nature Reserve (NNR), a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Special Area of Conservation.

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Regents Park

One of the Royal Parks of London, Regents Park consists of 410 acres of open parkland and includes beautiful rose gardens consisting of over 400 varieties of rose.

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St James Park

The oldest Royal Park in London, St James Park covers 58 acres in the heart of London and is surrounded by three palaces - Westminster palace, St James Palace and Buckingham palace.

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Kensington Gardens

Once part of Hyde Park before being made into the private gardens of Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens is one of the royal parks of London and covers an area of 275 acres.

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Hampstead Heath

London's largest ancient parkland Hampstead Heath is situated between Alexandra Park and Regents Park and the London districts of Hampstead and Highgate. London's version of Central Park, it is 790 acres in size with hilly and wooded areas and is used for a number of activities.

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