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Ready Money Drinking Fountain

At the north end of the Broad Walk, stands the Ready Money Drinking Fountain, one of the largest drinking fountains in London.

Triton Fountain

The Triton Fountain is a group of bronze sculptures in the centre of a round pool that depict a sea god or triton blowing on a conch shell with two mermaids at his feet.

Griffin Tazza (Lion Vase)

The Griffin Tazza (or Lion Vase) is a large circular stone bowl supported by four winged stone lions in the Avenue Gardens.

Jubilee Gates

The magnificent black and gold Jubilee Gates mark the entry to Queen Mary's Gardens, on the Inner Circle in Regent’s Park.

Boy and Frog Statue

Located in Queen Mary's Garden, this Grade II listed statue is of a boy and a frog sitting on a pedestal in a pond.

Hylas and the Nymph Statue

Set in a stone-rimmed pond, this grade II listed bronze statue of a boy and a mermaid on a stone pedestal, stands in St. John’s Lodge Garden, northeast of the Inner Circle.

Iolo Morganwg memorial plaque

The Iolo Morganwg plaque mark the site of the first meeting of the "Gorsedd of Bards of the Island of Britain" and commemorates its founder, Iolo Morganwg.

The bandstand in The Regent's Park

The bandstand in The Regent's Park is located on Holme Green, between the boating lake and Inner Circle. It was moved from Richmond Park to The Regent's Park in the 1970s and was the target of a terrorist attack in 1982.

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