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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,

Children: A deck chair area is located to the South of the park and is available from March through to October each year during sunlight hours.

Food and drink: There are two refreshment points in the park offering cold snacks and drinks. One to the North of the park and one to the South, nearest Buckingham Palace.

Sports facilities: None.

Horticulture and wildlife: Green Park is well known for it magnificent display of over a quarter of a million Daffodils which bloom each Spring time

Transport: Two subway and one mainline station border the park along the North edge. There is no on-site car park, nor are there Blue Badge bays located on the surrounding roads. The main entrance is the Canada Gate entrance and the Piccadilly entrance, located by The Ritz hotel.

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