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Incredible Things to Do in Regent's Park, London

Prachi Dharap Aug 1, 2019
Regent's Park is one of the Royal Parks in London and is Grade I on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens list. It houses the world-famous Queen Mary’s Gardens.

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Park Attractions:
  • Children's playgrounds
  • London Zoo
  • Regent’s University, London
  • The Regent’s Canal
  • A Lake 
  • Boating area
  • Sports pitches, etc.

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Try boating or using a pedalo at the Regent's Park Lake in the summer. There are two lakes: a large lake for adults and families and a small one for kids.
Picnic along the beautiful lake with amazing views of the water birds that stay there.
Go on a Bird Walk around the park to see the Herons, Waterfowl, Falcons, Finches, etc.

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See the animal kingdom at ZSL London Zoo (Regent's Zoo). It is the world's oldest scientific zoo with over 755 species of animals.

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Walk around the Queen Mary’s Gardens, to see over 12,000 roses of 85 different varieties. This picturesque garden was named after the wife of King George V.
Feel relaxed at the waterfall in the small Japanese Garden; located in the quiet corner of the Queen Mary's Gardens.
You can meditate at the St John's Lodge Gardens, in the Inner Circle. It is a private residence, with public access to the serene gardens.
Stroll through the delightful Avenue Gardens between the charming displays of artistically designed flower beds of annual and perennial plants.
Have a magical night at the oldest, professional Open Air Theatre in London.