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Greenwich Park

Situated at the top of a hill, Greenwich Park is the oldest of the Royal Parks and is home to a small herd of Red and Fallow Deer.

Main attractions: It’s high location allows visitors a brilliant view across the River Thames right over to St. Paul’s cathedral. Located next to the National Maritime Museum, it is also host to the former Royal Observatory and the Prime Meridian Line. The park covers over 180 acres.

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The Regent’s Park

Renown for it’s rose gardens, Regent’s Park covers over 400 acres and has excellent sporting facilities. It’s position also offers great views of Primrose Hill.

Main attractions: The Hub, Queen Mary’s Gardens, an open air theatre, the Garden Cafe, the Boathouse Cafe, the Cow and Coffee Bean, Honest Sausage.

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Richmond Park

As the largest of the Royal Parks, Richmond Park covers in excess of 2500 acres of woodland, hills, ponds and gardens and has 650 deer roaming free around it’s grounds.

Main attractions: The free roaming deer, Isabella Plantation, Pembroke Lodge and Gardens, King Henry’s Mound, Shire horses, two 18 hold golf courses.

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Hyde Park

Located in Central London, Hyde Park is the most famous of all of London’s parks. Covering over 350 acres, and centrally split into two areas by the Serpentine river, the park offers visitors a wide range of attractions.

Main attractions: Princess Diana fountain, 7th July memorial, Serpentine bar and kitchen, the Lido, Serpentine boat hire, Speakers’ corner, a tennis centre.

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