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Regents Park

One of the Royal Parks of London, designed by John Nash.

TravelCurious Tip

If you are in London for New Year’s Eve, Primrose Hill is a great place to watch the London fireworks from

Regent’s Park is one of the eight Royal Parks of London, which are part of the hereditary possessions of the crown. They were originally reserved for hunting, though no longer. In fact, if your dog chases the deer in Richmond Park you can be landed with a huge fine. Just search ‘Fenton’ on Youtube to get an idea.


The park spans 410 acres, including gardens, a lake and boating area, sports pitches and children’s playgrounds. On the northern side of the park is Primrose Hill which rises to 78 metres, giving it a wonderful view of central London to the south-east, and Belsize Park and Hampstead to the north. Head here on balmy summer evenings to watch the sun set with a picnic.


A Midsummer Night's Dream

During the summer months Regent’s Park is home to the Open Air Theatre, where 1,250 people sit in a steeply raked auditorium to enjoy Shakespeare and more besides. Take a hamper and watch a classic unfold: recent productions include Shakespeare’s Henry V, and adaptations of Running Wild by Michael Morpugo and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.


Noah’s Ark

Some zoos can feel slightly sad, but the London zoo is not among them. You can find almost any animal you can imagine here, and the conditions are excellent. Galapagos tortoises inch along slowly next to swollen, glistening Pygmy hippos. Butterflies flap around like loose bunting and silverbacks eye you defiantly. The real highlight are the penguins though — don’t miss their demonstrations.

Nearby Attractions

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Madame Tussauds
The wonderful waxwork museum full of famous faces.
Marylebone High Street
A stylish shopping street in the heart of Marylebone village.
Harley Street
A historical, world renowned destination for private medical care.
Baker Street
An street famous for its connection to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.
Fitzrovia
With its fascinating past and ever changing present, Fitzrovia finds itself at the centre of London life.
Fitzroy Square
This home is a literary treasure trove, having once been the home to George Bernard Shaw, and then Virginia Woolf decades later.

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Famous Residents of Hidden Marylebone
  • Visit the Wallace Collection -  explore the art and treasures of the Seymour family. 
  • Discover the magic of Marylebone High Street, explore its bookshops and boutiques.
  • Learn about famous past residents, public executions and the hidden Tyburn river.
  • Visit  world-famous Harley Street, before entering into beautiful Regent's Park
  • Pass along Baker Street, home of Sherlock Holmes
Marylebone possesses a charm and tranquillity that few other inner city neighbourhoods have. It preserves an uncrowded, village atmosphere despite its location in the heart of London. It was these qualities that attracted John Lennon, Madonna and Jimi Hendrix to purchase homes in the area, and it is also why the Royal Princes were schooled here as boys.

This tour elegantly uncovers Marylebone's complete history, famous attractions and hidden treasures. Explore the beautiful exhibition rooms at the Wallace Collection, home to one of Europe’s finest collections of artworks, furniture and armour. Learn about the history of Harley Street and how it rose to become the world's premier site for private medical care. Next enter idyllic Regents Park, relax besides the boating lakes and English flower gardens. This tour is your chance to discover the secrets and magic of one of London's idyllic, historic neighborhoods. 
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