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Millions of Londoners and tourists visit the eight Royal Parks for free each year. The 5,000 acres of historic parkland provide unparalleled opportunities for enjoyment, exploration and healthy living in the heart of the capital. A simple walk or a picnic in the park, sport, top quality entertainment, community and education projects - all waiting for you.

If it's history and architecture you're after, the parks have hundreds of buildings, statues, and memorials, giving a fascinating insight into London's heritage.

The Royal Parks manages these spaces and almost everything in them. We conserve the parks to ensure future generations can enjoy them too.

Who we are

The Royal Parks is a charity for London's Royal Parks led by a Board of Trustees. Learn about the Board and the Senior Management Team.

What we do

The Royal Parks is a charity created to manage and fundraise for London's Royal Parks. Learn about our charitable objects, corporate objectives and acts of parliament.

Freedom of Information

If the information you are looking for is not available on our website, you need to make a request to us for the information you require.


Find out about our process for procuring goods, services and works in the parks and view our current tenders.


Information about the prompt payment of invoices, including the percentage of invoices paid within 5 and 30 days.

Partner organisations

We're working with a number of partners to make sure that everyone gets the most from the Royal Parks.

Our approach to social media

Find out about the Royal Parks social media accounts.


View Royal Parks publications including annual reports, corporate and business plans, financial transparency reports and visitor research.

Contact us

View contact information for The Royal Parks and the park offices.

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