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Top 10 Parks in london

  • 1. Hyde Park
    The road called knightbridge begins at hyde park corner, where Apsley Gate,Decimus Rueton's
    classical screen, provides the most impressive entrance to the park.
    Just beyond is colossal statue
    of Archilles erected in honour of the Duke of Wellington.
    At 1.5 miles long and about a mile wide, Hyde Park is one of the largest of London's Royal Parks.

  • Main Attraction
    * Diana Fountain * 7 July Memorial * The Lido
    * Serpentine Boat Hire * Speaker's Corner * Tennis Center

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    Restaurants near Hyde Park
    * Serpentine Bar & Kitchen
    * The Chicago Rib Shack
    * The Park
    Bars & pubs near Hyde Park
    * Mandarin Bar
    * Zuma
    * Victoria
    Nearby tube/rail stations
  • Hyde Park Corner

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  • 2. Bushy Park
    Situated just north of Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park is one of several vast open spaces
    that sprawl across the borough of Richmond-upon-Thames. Named after the large number of
    hawthorn bushes that grow within its boundaries, the area now known as Bushy Park has been
    a settled site since the Bronze Age.

  • Main Attraction
    * Woodland Garden * Water Garden * Red and Fallow Deer
    * Pheasantry welcome Center * Diana Fountain * Cheasnut Avenue
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    Restaurants
    * Al Borgo
    * Brasserie Gerard - Teddington
    * The Teddington Arms
    Bars & pubs
    * Boaters Inn
    * The Canbury Arms
    * Wych Elm
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Teddington Rail / Hampton Wick Rail / Hampton Court Rail
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  • 3. Green Park
    Just beyond the Ritz Hotel, the building on the left-hand side give way to the Green Park. Laid out by Henry VIII,
    the 53-acre park's name is self explanatory enough, kept free of formals flower beds out of respect for the lepers from the hospital of St James's buried beneath.
    Main Attraction
    * Buckingham Palace * Canada Memorial * Canada Gate
    * Gun Salutes * Daffodils * Deck Chairs
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    Restaurants
    * Langan's Brasserie
    * The Ritz
    * The Ritz Restaurant
    Bars & pubs
    * Rivoli at The Ritz
    * Mahiki
    * Dukes Hotel
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Green Park tube

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  • 4. Kensington Gardens
    Small, peaceful area covering 275 acres which forms a backdrop to Kensington Palace.Over the Long Bridge, towards the Lido, is Kensington Gardens' prize asset the Serpentine Gallery,a little square 1930s tea pavilion with a lantern and golden ball on top.
    Main Attraction
    * Diana Playground * Albert Memorial * Peter Pan Statue
    * Italian Garden * Diana Playground Cafe * Kensington Palace
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    Restaurants
    * Serpentine Bar & Kitchen
    * The Chicago Rib Shack
    * The Park
    Bars & pubs
    * Mandarin Bar
    * Zuma
    * Victoria
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Kensington High Street Tube

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  • 5. The Regent's Park
    Portland Place ends up in Nash's beautiful Park Crescent, the perfect introduction to his masterpiece, Regent's Park itself. The Open air Theatre stages enchanting plays during the summers. Behind Queen Mary's Gardens lies the boating lake.
    Main Attraction
    * The Hub * Queen Mary's Garden * Garden Cafe
    * Open air Theatre * London Zoo * Boat House Cafe
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    Restaurants
    * Garden Café
    * Queen's Head & Artichoke
    * L'albufera
    Bars & pubs
    * Queen's Head & Artichoke
    * Positively 4th Street
    * Jetlag
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Baker Street Tube

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  • 6. Battersea Park
    Across the Queenstown Road, along the south bank of the river between the Chelsea and Albert Bridges, lies Battersea Park, complete with adventure playgrounds, sport's facilities, a children's zoo, a beautiful boating lake, and modern art museum in the Pump House. Queen Victoria's gift remains a focal point of the borough. The riverside Peace Pagoda, donated by Japanese monks in 1985, and the Festivals gardens are of special interest.
    Main Attraction
    * Children's Zoo * Pump House Gallery * The Couper Collection
    * Carlyle's House * National Army Museum * Boat House Cafe
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    Restaurants
    * La Gondola Al Parco
    * The Butcher & Grill
    * Ransome's Dock Restaurant
    Bars & pubs
    * The Prince Albert
    * The Union Arms
    * The Brunel
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Sloane Square Tube

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  • 7. Hampstead Heath
    From Hampstead Tube, Heath street heads sharply uphill towards Hampstead Heath, an oasis of uncultivated land where it is easy to forget the urban mayhem as one wanders leafy avenues, open fields and shaded woods.Divided roughly into West Heath and East Heath, West Heath streaches down towards Golde Green , while East Heath comprises the main body of the heath reaching towards Highgate.West Heath is home to the lovely Hill Gardens, which has a magical landscaped walkway through the woods.
    Main Attraction
    * Constable's House * Burgh House * Fenton House
    * Kenwood House * Two Willow Road
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    Restaurants
    * Safir
    * Tinseltown 24 Hour Diner
    * Silva's
    Bars & pubs
    * The Wells
    * Ye Olde White Bear
    * Duke Of Hamilton
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Hampstead Heath Rail / Highgate Tube

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  • 8. Greenwich Park
    famous for its wide views over Docklands , the City, Tower Bridge and round to the lOdon Eye and Big Ben, Best appreciated from near the observatory or from one tree hill, Greenwich Park is a relatively high rolling expanse of green, criss-crossed by tree-lined avenues embracing a lakeside flower garden, deer park and some roman remains.
    Main Attraction
    * The Observatory * Wolfe Statue and view * Pavilion tree house
    * Wilderness Deer park * Boating Lake * Playground and Tennis court
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    Restaurants
    * The Plume of Feathers
    * Pavilion Tea House
    * Bar Du Musee Café
    Bars & pubs
    * Plume of Feathers
    * Greenwich Park Bar & Grill
    * Bar du Musée
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Baker Street Tube

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  • 9. St Jame's Park
    St Jame's Park is the finest and most carefully laid out of the royal parks, once again the work of the indefatigable John Nash. A wander around reveals surprising but carefully orchestrated vistas at every turn. The view from the bridge across the lake is justly famous , looking over Duck Island towards Whitehall and Westminister.
    Main Attraction
    * Pelicans * Horseguard Parade * Inn The Park
    * Allotment * The blue Bridge * The Mall
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    Restaurants
    * Plume of Feathers
    * Greenwich Park Bar & Grill
    * Bar du Musée
    Bars & pubs
    * Red Lion
    * ICA Bar
    * Rockwell
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    St James’s Park Tu

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  • 10. Richmond Park
    One of the largest city park, Richmond Park is apopular attraction due largely to its freely roaming deer and the historic attraction of the panaroma over Surrey and London( especially from King Henry VIII's Mound, the highest point in the park).
    Main Attraction
    * Red and Fallow deer * Isabella Plantation * Pembroke Lodge and Gardens
    * King Henry's Mound * Shire Horses * Golf Course and Playground
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    Restaurants
    * Victoria
    * The Plough
    * Stein's
    Bars & pubs
    * White Cross
    * The Duke
    * Cricketers
    Nearby tube/rail stations
    Richmond Tube / Rail

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