The Regent’s Park

Regent's Park is the largest of the central Royal Parks and provides a diverse range of experiences for its visitors, from the formal splendour of the Broadwalk and Avenue Gardens, to the internationally renowned rose garden. As it is the largest outdoor sports area in London, the Park is well known in the local community for its sports facilities; and these have recently been upgraded in a multi-million pound project.

The centrepiece of these improvements is The Hub a brand new community sport and activity centre with Rotunda Café. London Zoo and the famous Regent's Park Open Air Theatre are both within the Park. There is a range of cafes and refreshment points, including the award winning Garden Café. For children there are two playgrounds, a boating lake and plenty of ducks to feed! The park was originally designed by John Nash for the Prince Regent, and is bordered by impressive villas and terraces all part of Nash's grand design. There is a stunning view across London from Primrose Hill, and there's a lively programme of events including Innocent Village Fete, the Mela and Frieze Art Fair.

Park Facilities

Allotment
Boating Lake
Bandstand
Café/Restuarant
Children's Play Area
Cycle routes
Education Centre
Events
Fitness Equipment
Football Pitch
Historic Building
Nature Walks
Parking
Pond
Public Sculpture
Public Transport Links
River
Tennis Court
Toilets
Walking Routes
Wildlife
Wildflower Area
Woodlands
Green Flag
Award Winner
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Managing Organisation
The Royal Parks
Contact
Jane Pelly
Telephone
0300 061 2300