The Regent's Park is the largest grass area for sports in Central London and offers a wide variety of activities, as well as an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo and many cafes and restaurants. 

Opening times and getting there

Regent's Park opens from 5:00 am all year round. It has highly accessible by public transport with a number of buses stop around the park and tube stations nearby.

Parking in Regent's Park

Limited car parking facilities are available in Regent's Park. Pay and Display parking and disabled car parking are available.

Accessibility information

Accessibility information for visitors to Regent's Park including independent audits of Regent's Park facilities.

Cycling in the Royal Parks

The Royal Parks provide fantastic green routes in London, taking cyclists away from traffic and through some of the most attractive areas of the capital.

Dogs in the Royal Parks

Dogs are welcome in the parks but there are some places where they aren't allowed or should be kept on a lead.

Picnics in the Royal Parks

Picnics in the parks are a popular activity especially during the busy summer months. Our simple guidelines will ensure all visitors enjoy their Royal Park experience.

Regent's Park Office contact details

Contact details for the Regent's Park office.


Visiting Regent's Park

The Regent's Park is the largest grass area for sports in Central London and offers a wide variety of activities, as well as an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo and many cafes and restaurants. 

Opening times and getting there

Regent's Park opens from 5:00 am all year round. It has highly accessible by public transport with a number of buses stop around the park and tube stations nearby.

Parking in Regent's Park

Limited car parking facilities are available in Regent's Park. Pay and Display parking and disabled car parking are available.

Accessibility information

Accessibility information for visitors to Regent's Park including independent audits of Regent's Park facilities.

Cycling in the Royal Parks

The Royal Parks provide fantastic green routes in London, taking cyclists away from traffic and through some of the most attractive areas of the capital.

Dogs in the Royal Parks

Dogs are welcome in the parks but there are some places where they aren't allowed or should be kept on a lead.

Picnics in the Royal Parks

Picnics in the parks are a popular activity especially during the busy summer months. Our simple guidelines will ensure all visitors enjoy their Royal Park experience.

Regent's Park Office contact details

Contact details for the Regent's Park office.

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The Regent's Park is the largest grass area for sports in Central London and offers a wide variety of activities, as well as an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo and many cafes and restaurants. 

Opening times and getting there

Regent's Park opens from 5:00 am all year round. It has highly accessible by public transport with a number of buses stop around the park and tube stations nearby.

Parking in Regent's Park

Limited car parking facilities are available in Regent's Park. Pay and Display parking and disabled car parking are available.

Accessibility information

Accessibility information for visitors to Regent's Park including independent audits of Regent's Park facilities.

Cycling in the Royal Parks

The Royal Parks provide fantastic green routes in London, taking cyclists away from traffic and through some of the most attractive areas of the capital.

Dogs in the Royal Parks

Dogs are welcome in the parks but there are some places where they aren't allowed or should be kept on a lead.

Picnics in the Royal Parks

Picnics in the parks are a popular activity especially during the busy summer months. Our simple guidelines will ensure all visitors enjoy their Royal Park experience.

Regent's Park Office contact details

Contact details for the Regent's Park office.