The Freeman Family Drinking Fountain is a public drinking fountain located near Cumberland Gate. Unveiled in 2009, it was the first drinking fountain installed in Hyde Park in 30 years.
The fountain is a sphere made from mirror-polished, marine-grade stainless steel. It has four drinking fountains at different heights to cater for different users.
The fountain was given to Hyde Park as a gift from the Freeman Family and was designed by David Harber.
For more information about the fountain, visit The Royal Parks Foundation – the charity for London's Royal Parks.