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Hyde Park

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Open today: 5:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Once the hunting ground for Henry VIII, this large royal park is best known for its famous Speakers' Corner, where people speak their minds, Rotton Row, a famous horse-riding area and Serpentine Lake, home to waterfowl and oarsmen.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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London W2 2UH, England
Kensington and Hyde Park
+44 300 061 2000
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Reviewed today

In central London, Hyde Park covers about 350 acres between in the east Mayfair and to the west Kensington. To the north lies Bayswater and to the south Knightsbridge. The park layout is mostly informal with only relatively small areas for flower beds such as...More

Thank Doug W
Reviewed today

Hyde Park is a quiet haven in the centre of a bustling city. At one end is Kensington Palace, home of the Diana collection, whilst Speakers Corner and Buckingham Palace make up other corners. The lake in the centre is also complimented by beautiful gardens...More

1  Thank pussycat72016
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Cliche but there is something for all the family in Hyde park. Cycling, rowing, walking and lots of joggers. We enjoyed our walk visiting peter pan sculpture and then Princess Diane memorial. Then enjoyed life going by at the busy cafe by the lake where...More

1  Thank Mo B
Reviewed yesterday

This is a beautiful, big park where you could spend many hours, especially on a hot sunny day. There are many things to see and do.

1  Thank apritchy
Reviewed yesterday

Recently had a walk through the park and stopped for lunch at the restaurant on the Serpentine Lake, absolutely gorgeous. My American wife was really amazed at how stunning it was

1  Thank simtayl
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Hyde Park is an excellent place for a walk on a sunny day. There are several kilometers of paved walking routes, lovely gardens, and of course the Serpentine where you can swim or hire a pedalo. There are also a cafe and several toilets in...More

1  Thank Valdirah
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a great park and I've been on a number of occasions. The definite highlight this time was Christo's "Mastaba" : a giant 600 ton sculpture made of red, pink and purple oil drums, sitting in The Serpentine. Weird but awe-inspiring. It's only there...More

Thank Richard A
Reviewed 2 days ago

The wide open green spaces, the gardens, the waterfowl, the water, the Peter Pan statue, the memorial areas...it's a wonderful park to stroll through.

1  Thank ItsJustMeand3
Reviewed 2 days ago

Go here- See it firsthand. It's probably the most relaxing magical stroll you can take through London. You don't even feel like you're in the city any longer, just in this transcendental place that makes you feel like you're in a different place and time.

1  Thank Holly B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

On daily basis i need to pass by with my family to the hyde park. Beautiful atmosphere. Thank you so much.

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28 June 2018|
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Response from PeterColette | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, back in Australia 🐝
2 June 2018|
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Response from aliciapienza | Reviewed this property |
The others have answered your questions, however, I have a maybe helpful hint for the older person in your group. Depending on how far away you need to go, and if cost is a factor, you could take a taxi away from the park... More
15 May 2018|
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Response from Dillan1965 | Reviewed this property |
It really depends on what time your coach/train departs and where it departs from. Most gigs finish in plenty of time for onward travel so shouldn't be a problem unless the finish of the gig and your coach/train departure... More