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The Regent's Park
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The Regents Park is the park with the most sports fields in central London and has a wide range of activities. There is an open air theater, the London Zoo and many cafes and restaurants.

Henry VIII designated The Regent’s Park as a hunting ground, which he considered an invigorating ride from Whitehall Palace. If he were alive, he would hardly recognize the park with its stylized gardens and sports fields.

Regent’s Park is more than worth a visit. In the Inner Circle are the Queen Marie’s Gardens with beautiful rose gardens. And the Japanese garden is also very beautiful.

Opening Hours

Every day from 5 am to 9 pm.

How to get there

Regen’s Park, Great Portland Street, Baker Street, St John’s Wood, Camden Town
Regent’s Park (Stop A): 18, 27, 205, 453 London Zoo (Stop J): 274
The Tennis Courts, London Zoo, London Zoo Car Park, Prince Albert Road
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