Map of Parks in London

Royal Parks

London 5 parks to visit.

1. Hyde Park

2. St.James's Park

3. Green Park

4. Regents Park

5. Battersea Park

1. The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain is in Hyde Park.

The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground is in Kensington Gardens which was originally part of Hyde Park.

2. St.James's Park is situated between Buckingham Palace and Horseguards Parade. It is worth looking at the Pelicans by the lake.

3. Green Park is situated between Hyde Park Corner and Buckingham Palace. Enjoy a picnic in the Park. It is here where the Royal gun salute takes place for the Trooping the Colour.

4. Regents Park is situated to the North West of central London. It is in the Boroughs of Camden and Westminster. The nearest underground stations are Regents Park; Baker Street; Great Portland Street; and Camden Town.

The Open Air Theatre is in Regents Park.

5. Battersea Park is situated on the south side of the Thames between Chelsea Bridge and Albert Bridge. The nearest underground is Sloane Square (1km away). Buses 137 and 452 go from Sloane Square to Battersea Park. A main line train runs to Battersea Park Station from Victoria Station. The No.44 bus also goes between Victoria and Battersea Park.

The Battersea Park Childrens Zoo is located in Battersea Park.