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London Regent's Park is the busiest park in summer with fine summer concerts & events.


London Regent's Park

Regent's Park, London

Regent's Park in London is one of the most visited parks situated in the northern part of central London. As lively and busy as any other London park in the summertime, Regent's Park has many activities to offer regardless if you're a family, group of friends or a romantic couple. The London Regent's Park has two boating lakes, three children playgrounds, tennis courts, bandstand music, a café and an open-air theatre. It is also a venue for many summer concerts and events.

The London Regent's Park also has a rich wildlife - variety of water birds can be seen on the boating lake, including herons that nest on the islands.

Regents Park in London is known as the 'jewel in the crown' and covers 197 hectares. Created in 1812 for Prince Regent, the Regent's Park was originally to be a private development with exclusive houses. The full scheme however was never completed and instead we have been left with fantastic landscapes designed by the renowned architect, John Nash.

Visiting The London Regent's Park:

Address: Storeyard ( Inner Circle), Camden, London, NW1 4NR

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7486 7905

Nearest Underground Stations:
Regent's Park Tube (3 minutes)
Great Portland Street Tube (10 minutes)

What's on at London Regent's Park:
Frieze Art Fair 2016
Frieze Art Fair 2016
6th - 9th Oct '16
A spectacular display of modern art with large numbers of art galleries and aspiring artists: Frieze Art Fair 2016 in London Regent's Park.
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Enjoy the rich wildlife & an open-air theatre at the liveliest Regent's Park in central London!