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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.

Children: There are three playgrounds, boat hire facilities, tennis courts and five food and drinks facilities located around the park.

Food and drink: The Serpentine Bar and Kitchen and the Lido Café both offer hot and cold meals, and an additional five refreshment points are also located around the park.

Sports facilities: Boat hire facilities run from Easter till October and offer both rowing and pedal boats. The tennis centre comprises of six courts with changing facilities, a café and a bowling green. Coaching classes are available. There are also five deckchair areas around the park giving views from the best areas to look out and over London from.

Horticulture and wildlife: The Meadow Wildlife centre covers four hectares of various wild flowers, birds and insects and various grasses, flora and fauna. The Rose Garden offers year round scents and colours from it’s roses, herbaceous plants and shrubs.

Transport: There are over 25 tube and mainline rail stations running around the north, east and south boundary lines of the park. Car users can use two on site car parks, the Serpentine Bridge car park and the Triangle car park, both of which offer full disabled access facilities.

 

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