London Parks

Take a wander through our comprehensive guide to the finest parks in central London and the leafy London suburbs. Featuring location information alongside photographic slideshows…

Battersea Park

Southside of the Thames between Albert and Chelsea bridge, closest tube station Sloane Square, closest rail station Battersea Park or Queenstown Road. Opened in...

Bushy Park

The park lies just north of Hampton Court Palace, the main attractions are the Woodland Gardens, the Water Gardens, the Pheasantry Welcome Centre and...

Clapham Common

The Common contains three ponds, a paddling pool and the largest bandstand in London. Many events are held in Clapham Common each year including...

Green Park

Royal Park of London, lies between Hyde Park and St. James's Park, has no lakes or buildings, one of the few monuments is the...

Greenwich Park

Oldest Royal park, it is the site of the Prime Meridian Line, the old Royal Observatory and the National Maritime Museum. The best views...

Gunnersbury Park

The park boasts several historical buildings including; the large and small mansion, the 18th century temple and the boat-house on the Potomac. There is...

Hackney Marshes

An area of grassland on the western bank of the River Lea. Small areas of the march have been taken for housing and sports...

Hampstead Heath

There are over 25 ponds in Hampstead Heath, including multiple swimming ponds, boating minds, fishing lake and a wildlife reserve pond. Hampstead Heath sits...

Hampton Court Palace and Gardens

Hampton Court Palace was built in 1514 by King Henry VII but hasn't been inhabited by the heads of the British royal family since...

Holland Park

The park is divided into three areas, the northern half is semi-wild woodland, the central area has several gardens and where the ruins of...

Hyde Park

Originally a royal hunting ground with limited public access, today Hyde Park is perhaps London's most famous open space. Covering 350 acres, Hyde Park...

Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens is regarded as the western extent of Hyde Park, with Carriage Drive and the Serpentine bridge as the boundary line. There are...

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens is 121 hectares of gardens and botanical glasshouses. It is also an internationally important botanical research and education institution. There are several...

London Fields

London Fields is just over 31 acres, only a third of its original size. Despite that it features many facilities including a cricket pitch,...

Primrose Hill

From the top of Primrose Hill, at 63metres, you get a spectacular view over London that is now protected by law. Many city landmarks...

Regent’s Park

It is made up of a large, outer ring road called the Outer ring, that encircles the entire park and a smaller Inner Circle...

Richmond Park

At almost 1000 hectares, Richmond Park is the largest Royal Park in London. It is the home of over 600 free roaming deer. Along...

Southwark Park

Southwark Park is located in central South East London and features a bandstand that dates from 1884, a rose garden, a cafe, a wildlife...

St James’s Park

St. James's Park Lake that is the home to a diversity of waterfowl including a resident colony of pelicans. Closest tube stations are St....

Victoria Park

Victoria Park boasts three different tree walks, numerous sports facilities including football, rugby and a bowling green. The park is also home to the...

Wimbledon Common

The Commons consist of woodland, scrubland, heathland, and grassy recreation areas. There are also nine ponds that are home to a wide variety of...