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Royal Parks


Watch some stunning shots of the Royal Parks as spring and summer unfold, and hear park visitors describe what they love about the parks. 2011 marks 160 years of public enjoyment of the Royal Parks – bringing a breath of fresh air to Londoners since 1851.

This year’s anniversary commemorates the 1851 Crown Lands Act, in which the Crown transferred management of the Royal Parks to the Commissioners of Works and Public Buildings, to create the public open spaces millions of people enjoy today.

The Royal Parks will be celebrating the anniversary with a range of events highlighting its work across heritage, horticulture, cultural activities, sports and leisure. For more information about The Royal Parks visit: www.royalparks.org.uk


Reference : Royal Parks London (PDF’s)


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Green Park

Playing sibling to St James’s Park, Green park is a more peaceful and aged park, with it’s mature evergreen trees and open grassland areas. Covering just over 45 acres, it is surrounded on it’s borders by Constitution Hill, Piccadilly Walk and Queen’s Walk.

Main attractions: Buckingham Palace, Canada memorial, Canada gate, Gun Salutes,

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Bushy Park

Acting as home to the Diana Fountain, located on the famous Chestnut Avenue, Bushy Park’s history is inextricably linked to Hampton Court Palace.

Main attractions: Woodland gardens, Diana Fountain, water gardens, the Phesantry Welcome Centre, Chestnut Avenue, deer.

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St James’s Park

St James’s Park is located in the heart of London and is well re-known for it’s royal, literary and political associations. Harbouring a lake with geese, pelicans and ducks, it covers over 55 acres and is also home to the The Mall, the place of many national celebrations and events throughout the year.

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