Park Project: Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park is up there as one of my favourite parks, it’s rather large – 395 acres in fact, and has quite a lot of variety. London Zoo is situated at a top corner of the park, and Primrose Hill further still, with amazing views over the city


Primrose Hill

View over London from Primrose Hill

There is the Avenue Gardens, a structured garden with fountains and and spring bulbs, tulips hyacinths and daffodils, and surrounded by blossoming trees. Alongside runs the English Garden which is more of a grassy meadow with squirrels and picnic spots, which on a sunny spring day is absolute heaven.

Further along, you get to Queen Mary’s rose garden, I am really looking forward to visiting once the roses bloom – there are over 1200 individual roses planted in a circular garden, giving it a distinctly secret garden feel.

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Another of my favourite parts of the park in the waterfowl pond, with a large number of exotic ducks and geese from all over the world.





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  1. tinyweepanda says:

    This used to be my go to park as it was the closest one to our flat and it’s gorgeous! I think the rose garden is in bloom in July but not sure anymore… You are gonna love it, it’s beautiful and obviously smells incredible!


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