Large open spaces

The Regent’s Park is named after Prince Regent, sometimes known as the playboy prince, who later became King George IV (1762-1830).

Every Day :

05:00 am To 09:30 pm

Park Area: 1598507.52 SQM

Foundation Date: 1/1/1812

Intertainment Elements

* The Boathouse Cafe
A variety of food is on our menu including: sandwiches, toasties, flat bread pizza’s, soup, stew, cakes and snacks. We have fresh coffee made with Organic coffee beans, a selection of teas and a selection of cold drinks.

* The Espresso Bar
Located on The Broad Walk at Chester Road, the Espresso Bar serves Benugo blend coffee, wraps and homemade cakes and pastries.

* The Broad Walk Cafe
The Broad Walk Cafe serves a selection of hot and cold food all day, from breakfast to deli style salads and sandwiches. Our terrace seats around 200 guests and makes it a perfect spot to enjoy a drink and a bite to eat in the glorious English sunshine.

* The Regent's Park Tennis Centre Cafe
The Regent's Park Tennis Centre Cafe offers a selection of hot and cold snacks and is licensed for alcohol. The Tennis Centre is located near the York Bridge.

* The Regent's Bar & Kitchen
Open from 8am, seven days a week for breakfast, salads, sandwiches and a wood-fired oven for pizzas. There is also a take away option to enjoy your food in the picturesque surroundings of the park. Weather permitting, our terrace BBQ offers burgers, hot dogs and vegetarian options alongside ice cold draft beer and Pimm's during the summer.

Children's Playgrounds

* The Hub
is a unique multi sports facility which offers a wide range of activities for the local community to enjoy in the middle of The Regent's Park.

* Boat and Pedalo Hire

The Boathouse has rowing boats and pedalos available for hire. The boating lake is open from 10:30 am - 6:00 pm

* ZSL London Zoo

Situated on the northern edge of The Regent's Park, London Zoo houses a collection of 755 species of animals, making it one of the largest collections in the UK.

Opened in London on 27 April 1828, ZSL London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. Managed by the Zoological Society of London, the zoo was originally intended for scientific study, but opened to the public in 1847.

Architect Decimus Burton, who also designed Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner, was tasked with laying out the plans for the grounds of the zoo in 1828

The Regent's Park Tennis and Netball Centre
The Regent's Park Tennis and Netball Centre provides high quality tennis and netball facilities and is accredited by the Lawn Tennis Association

This informations from published sources and pending the approval of the official authorities


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