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Queen Mary's Gardens

Queen Mary's Garden is a world-famous garden named after the wife of King George V. The rose garden is London's largest collection of roses with approximately 12,000 roses.

The Avenue Gardens

These Victorian style gardens are located at the end of the Broad walk near Chester Gate and include the Bog Garden, English Gardens and Lion Vase.

Regent's Park Allotment Garden

A food garden that features a wide range of fruits and vegetables and information on growing techniques. The garden is located at the corner of Chester Road and The Inner Circle.

Community Wildlife Garden

The Wild in the Parks (WITP) team have been busy this year with the design and construction of a wildlife friendly community garden in The Regent's Park.

St. John's Lodge Gardens

Built around 1818 by John Raffield, St. John’s Lodge is now a private residence, but the main garden has public access from the Inner Circle.

Trees in The Regent's Park and Primrose Hill

With our interactive map you can discover some of the most remarkable and beautiful trees in the park.

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