skip to main content
The Royal Parks web site uses cookies. By browsing you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read our cookie policy

Queen Caroline's Temple is a classical style summer house overlooking the Long Water, east of Lancaster Walk.

It was designed for Queen Caroline, for whom the Long Water was created, in 1734-5 and is attributed to William Kent.

Some of the graffiti inside the temple dates back to 1821 when the park was first open every day to visitors.

It was converted into a park keeper's home, but restored in 1976.

Help us improve our website by completing a short survey

search