This unique Memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales was opened by Her Majesty The Queen on 6 July 2004 and was built with the best materials, talent and technology.
Isis is a magnificent bronze sculpture designed by British sculptor Simon Gudgeon, inspired by the Egyptian goddess of nature.
A permanent memorial to honour the victims of the 7 July 2005 London Bombings was unveiled in Hyde Park by Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
The 18ft statue of Achilles, the Greek hero of the Trojan War, commemorates the soldier and politician, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.
The Joy of Life fountain, designed by T. B. Huxley-Jones, depicts two bronze figures holding hands while appearing to dance above the water, with four bronze children emerging from the pool.
The Holocaust Memorial is a garden of boulders surrounded by white-stemmed birch trees, located to the east of The Dell. It was Britain's first memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.
The Hudson Memorial Bird Sanctuary is a carved stone memorial commemorating the 19th century writer and naturalist, William Hudson.
The Cavalry Memorial is a bronze sculpture which represents St George on horseback stepping over a defeated dragon. The memorial commemorates members of the Cavalry Regiments killed during World War 1.
The Norwegian Navy and Merchant Fleet presented this large granite boulder in 1978 as thanks for British support during World War 2.
The Boy and Dolphin Fountain in the Rose Garden was made in 1862 and features a marble sculpture of a cherub and dolphin.
This memorial, located on Park Lane, is a tribute to all the animals that served, suffered and died alongside the British, Commonwealth and Allied forces in the wars and conflicts of the 20th century.
The Pan statue depicts a family and their dog rushing eagerly towards the park, urged on by Pan. Designed in 1961 by Sir Jacob Epstein, it is located by Edinburgh Gate.
This memorial is to Queen Caroline, the wife of King George II, who from 1726-1730 created the Serpentine in Hyde Park and the Long Water in Kensington Gardens.
This bandstand in Hyde Park, located near the Serpentine Road, is one of the oldest bandstands in Britain.
Stood in the south west corner of the Parade Ground, this circular black and white floor mosaic of a tree commemorates the Reformers' Tree.
The Huntress Fountain, located in the Rose Garden, features a bronze figure of Diana, the goddess of hunting, shooting an arrow.