Are you the outdoors type? The Regent’s Park is the perfect location for a day outdoors in peaceful serenity in the capital city, London. The park combines large open spaces with tree-lined pathways, formal gardens, and four children’s playgrounds. As well as this The Regent’s Park is known for its great sports facilities, and is home to central London’s largest outdoor sports area.
Why not take a stroll through the mesmerising and fragrant flowerbeds in the Avenue Gardens, and then take in the awe inducing sight of over 12,000 roses in Queen Mary’s Gardens. Or if you’re looking for something more to do as part of your visit, there is also the option to hire a rowing boat and head out onto the boating lake.
Where should a spend the day outdoors in London?
The Regent’s Park is a great place to go when in London and also situated close to other fun activities such as the Open Air Theatre and London Zoo. You can also head up Primrose Hill for some of the best views of the London skyline. As well as this there are some great food facilities at the park, including The Regent’s Bar & Kitchen. This is located in the middle of Regent’s Park on the Inner Circle, close to the Open Air Theatre and to the Queen Mary’s Gardens. The restaurant is a great place for a meal or even just head there to grab a coffee on your day out.
- Open from 5am until 9:30pm in summer months
- The park closes earlier in colder months
- Park roads are closed from midnight to 7am (except for residential access)
- The Regent’s Park is highly accessible by public transport
- There are car parking facilities available but limited spaces