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Where is Regent's Park in London?
Regent's Park is in northwest London, between the City of Westminster and the Borough of Camden. It spans 410 acres and connects to Primrose Hill, offering panoramic views across the city. Marylebone, Fitzrovia, Camden and St. John's Wood surround the park, with Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan lines) and Regent's Park (Bakerloo line) being the closest tube stations.
Things to do in Regent's Park
If you're looking for family-friendly things to do in London, why not visit London Zoo? Located in Regent's Park, you can see a range of animals here, from giraffes to tigers, lions, monkeys and penguins. Opened in 1828, London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo and still plays a huge part in research and conservation.
1. Visit London Zoo
The short climb to the top of Primrose Hill is worthwhile, thanks to the breathtaking panoramas across the city. In the summer, take a picnic and spend an afternoon exploring Regent's Park before watching the sunset from this iconic viewpoint.
2. Take in the view from Primrose Hill
If you want to take in the stunning scenery from the water, hire a boat on Regent's Park Boating Lake. Whether you're visiting with children and looking for family-friendly activities or planning a romantic afternoon cruise for two, the Boating Lake is one of the park's highlights.
3. Regent's Park Boating Lake
London is known for its iconic theater shows, and Regent's Park Open Air theater is one of the city's largest (and most popular) venues. If you're visiting London between June and September, don't miss the opportunity to see an award-winning show in this unique setting.
4. Watch an open-air theater show
The British Museum is one of London's top attractions and a fantastic place to visit near Regent's Park. The collection includes Ancient Roman and Greek artefacts, Egyptian mummies, Chinese pottery and world-famous paintings, so there's plenty to see here.
Things to do near Regent's Park
If you're in the mood for some culture, visit The Wallace Collection in Marylebone. From paintings to sculpture, furniture and armour, this impressive collection is not to be missed if you're in the area.
1. The British Museum
Vibrant and eclectic, Camden Market is a 10-minute walk along the canal from Regent's Park. From street food to vintage clothing, artworks and records, there's something everyone can enjoy here. If you love hunting for unique treasures, Camden is also known for its independent shops, so wander down the high street to see what you can find.
2. The Wallace Collection
3. Camden Market