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Community Level 7plipplopfr...


King of Parks Review with images

AdvantagesBeautiful, diverse, spacious natural resource

DisadvantagesNot open 24 hours

"...spectacle. ==Summary== What are you waiting for? Regent's Park is an enormous oasis of quintessentially British beauty. There's a part of the park for every age and taste and what's more it's free. Don't feel that you have to be lured by the zoo and the concerts. Just enjoy the rose gardens or the boating lake and marvel at how close you are to nature when the bustling city is just a stone's throw away. In a hectic, capitalist, 'nothing for free' ..." Read review

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Community Level 8xdonzx


~ * Worth A Visit * ~

AdvantagesFree! Beautiful!


"As many of you will know from some of my recent reviews; I spent the Easter weekend in London. I had never been there before and so I was excited to see the city. We stayed at the Melia Whitehouse Hotel, which is located by Regent’s Park. As we were waiting for our rooms to be ready, we took a walk in the park. Whilst I am aware that there are many features in the park (more of this later). I will only talk about my walking experience ..." Read review

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Community Level 7ashford


Haven for Waterbirds and People

AdvantagesLovely Park. Beautifully Maintained. Good Facilities

DisadvantagesDoes get busy

"London has a marvellous selection of parks ranging from the likes of the hugely popular and internationally famous Hyde Park,nearby Kensington Gardens,serene Green Park, St James's Park,the oldest in London, liitle parks in various parts of Central London, Richmond park,Syon Park, and the lovely Regents Park.This wide expanse of parkland and gardens is quite remarkable for such a major urban area. It is ever so easy to forget that you are in the middle ..." Read review

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Community Level 4Guccilady


Londons finest

AdvantagesBeautiful park, well maintained, numerous facilities.

DisadvantagesCafes slightly expensive, films etc very expensive

"I had to organise an event at Regents Park recently which meant many, many planning visits!! I must now be qualified as a Park guide! The standards throughout the park are excellent, from the lawns and wonderful floral displays to the many cafes, all well maintained by friendly, helpful staff. Its a great day our for all the family with lots to occupy you. Feeding the ducks and the very cheeky tame squirrels provides hours of entertainment, ..." Read review

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Community Level 3Liberty1


A ideal place

AdvantagesWonderful place

DisadvantagesThe rain which can't be helped!!!!

"A glorious way to spend a summer afternoon with something for everyone. Seems to be the tourist's idea of London. The open air theatre is fantastic and of course there is the Zoo for children, now I believe with more attractions than ever. The park considering the number of people in it provided space and a chance to get away from crowds elsewhere in London. It was also relatively litter free again a pleasant surprse these days. It is one of those ..." Read review

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Community Level 2cinty


A Hidden Section

AdvantagesGreat in the summer, peaceful

DisadvantagesCan be bad for hayfever sufferers

"There is a section of Regents Park that is really beautiful. It's the rose garden section and it looks great in summer. A lot of people who have registry weddings go there to take their photo's. Just around the corner from this section is the duck pond which has to large swans aswell, one white and the other black. To the right of the pond is a long path that goes behind some bushes, keep following that path and it will take you up onto an open space ..." Read review

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Community Level 1aliali


The Open Air Theatre



"Dispite the dreadful weather, if there is a dry day the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park is a wonderful place to visit. The Park itself is an excellent place to wander around and have a lazy afternoon. This year the programme seems interesting with A Mid Summers Nights Dream and Alice in Wonderland being part of the session. Don't forget there is London Zoo close by, as are Madame Tausauds and the Planetarium. And not very far is the Wallace Colletion ..." Read review

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