London is blessed with wonderfully designed parks throughout the city. Here you can enjoy the greenery around, by taking a pleasant break from the grey of the city and experience summer picnics and refreshing winter walks.
The ultimate home of Winter Wonderland every year, is located right in the centre of London.
Here you can row a boat or swim in London’s oldest boating lake, Serpentine or explore rose gardens, or visit the Diana, Princess of Whales Memorial Fountain.
This famous park is surrounded by three royal palaces which includes Buckingham Palace, Westminster and the St James's Palace.
St James’s Park
This park features a small lake with two islands, West Island and Duck Island with picture-perfect sight of Buckingham Palace from the Blue Bridge.
This royal park was named after the Prince Regent, located in the Greater London boroughs of Westminster and Camden, this park offers Queen Mary’s Gardens with more than 12000 roses, London zoo, open air theatre and idyllic lakes for boating.
This large ancient park covering 320 hectares is located at one of the highest point in London.
To escape the hustle and the bustle of the city, this park includes Parliament Hill, Golders Hill Park and stunning listed pergola, hill garden and much more.
This Royal park of 183 acres is a great mix of 17th century landscape, beautiful gardens.
This park features an urban sanctuary for deer, foxes and over 70 species of bird Maritime Museum, Old Royal Naval College and the Royal Observatory.
Situated in South East London this park was famous for it’s grand palace full of exhibitions until it was burnt down in 1936.
Crystal Palace Park
This park has a a museum, boating lake, skate park and you can enjoy the Dinosaurs and geological landscapes located by the lakes.
Located in Borough of Wandsworth this great Victorian public parks features great Go Ape, in central London, a playground, riverside promenade Battersea Children’s Zoo with animals like lemurs, meerkats and wallabys and much more.
Located adjacent to Buckingham Palace in southern part of Central London, this park is shaped as a peaceful triangle of mature trees and grasslands. Here you can enjoy the view if Canada Memorial water feature and the Wellington Arch.
Situated in the outskirts of London, this 2500 acres park is home to more than 650 different types of deer. You can also visit the National Nature Reserve, Georgian Mansion, Pembroke Lodge, for amazing views over the thames.
This beautifully maintained park surrounds a Jacobean mansion, Holland House, a giant chess set, a cricket pitch, tennis courts, Japanese kyoto gardens where you can witness elegant peacocks and a famous Design Museum nearby.