Famous Parks of London to visit

Explore the best parks in London


Whether you are looking for an outdoor picnic or a fun filled activity for the kids, there are many parks in London which you can explore. Many routinely feature social activities such as adventure playgroups for the kids or live musical shows and event performances. Check out the list of best parks in London below.

London Parks

Hyde Park

One of the best known parks in London, this huge green area comprises of many trees and in addition, there is a lake too. Spread over an area of 350 acres, Hyde Park is ideal for bicycle activity or a quiet swim. There is also a speaker’s corner where some of London’s best known figures gather for a discussion mostly on Sundays. Whether you are looking for a quite stroll or skating, you are bound to find something suited to your interest in Hyde Park. There are also a couple of restaurants that serve good food.

Regent’s Park London

Regent’s Park

The Regent’s Park is spread over a sprawling area of more than 400 acres and is known for its visually appealing rose gardens. Designed by John Nash, it is a very good space for sports related activities. It also houses the London Zoo and there is also an open air theatre. Regent’s Park is home to a number of water fowls and exotic species of birds so if you are a nature lover, then Regent’s Park is the best place for you.

Richmond Park

Richmond Park is another nice location which is always bustling with activity. One of the largest parks in London, it is spread over a huge 2500 acres area which is a home to many animals and bird species. The park houses two golf courses and fishing is also a popular activity in addition to horse riding and cycling.

St. James Park

Home to a number of fowl species, St. James Park is well known for its pelicans that thrive in abundance. St. James Park is located ideally in a quite location which although small houses great restaurants and attracts a sizeable number of visitors.

Victoria Park

Victoria Park is great for outdoor sports activity and has a dedicated sports ground in addition to tennis courts. A number of musical concerts are arranged in Victoria Park frequently and you are bound to find something suited to your interests.

Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park

Greenwich is one of the oldest parks in London and is known for its association with the Royal Observatory and houses the Prime Meridian Line. The park is also home to a number of deer species and there are also restaurants where you can enjoy a nice cup of tea.

Battersea Park

Battersea Park

Battersea Park houses a zoo that is popular among the children. There is an entrance fee but it’s worth it. You can enjoy a quite walk along the river bank or enjoy a refreshment meal in one of the many cafes that are inside the complex.

Crystal Palace Park

Located in a picturesque location in the south of London, the park houses a number of models of dinosaurs. It also has a number of ideal locations for outdoor sports activities aimed at children such as playgrounds, maze and dedicated running spaces.