One of London's most treasured Royal Parks, Regent's Park, designed by John Nash, covers 395 acres of resplendent parkland including the world-famous Queen Mary's Gardens - which feature more than 12,000 roses of 400 varieties - and the picturesque Primrose Hill, which offers unforgettable views across London. Whilst wandering through this idyllic park, it is also worth paying a visit to the famous London Zoo, which has been integrated into Regent’s grounds since 1827.
With over 120,000 visits within its short 15-week summer season, the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is a popular cultural attraction. Most well-known for its Shakespeare adaptations, the theatre showcases quality plays alongside comedy acts, live music performances and children’s shows. Additionally, this impressive park boasts excellent sports facilities spanning nearly 100 acres and includes the largest outdoor sports area in Central London.
“The jewel in the crown” The Royal Parks