Architectural features in the gardens include the Coade stone balustrade decorated with classical urns

It was presented to the Prince Regent and later carved by Sir Richard Westmacott. William IV gave it to the National Gallery who later re-presented it to Edward VII in 1906 and it was placed in the gardens, now in a glade of trees. On the north bank of the lake are a pair of bronze Japanese cranes, presented to Edward VII while on a visit to India in 1903. A pavilion built on the Mound in 1844 for Prince Albert and Queen Victoria and named after Milton's 'Comus' was later removed in 1928.

Park Area: 160000.00 SQM

Foundation Date: 1/1/1826

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