The Arch by Henry Moore in autumn
Kensington Gardens

London's Royal Parks

There are eight Royal Parks in London, and we also look after Brompton Cemetery and Victoria Tower Gardens.

You can explore any Royal Park for free, to relax in acres of beautiful, natural parkland and discover a wide range of things to see and do. Whether you’ve got a Royal Park on your doorstep, or you’re just in town for a few days, please come and visit.

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  • Hyde Park in autumn

    Hyde Park

    Visit Hyde Park, known for its major events and home to a variety of gardens, children’s playgrounds, sports facilities and historic monuments.

  • Italian Gardens

    Kensington Gardens

    Kensington Gardens is one of London’s eight Royal Parks covering an area of 265 acres of old and new park pastimes and green space.

  • Drone photo of Richmond Park

    Richmond Park

    Welcome to Richmond Park, one of London’s eight Royal Parks, covering 2,500 acres and home to ancient trees, herds of deer and the Isabella Plantation.

  • Bushy Park at sunrise

    Bushy Park

    Welcome to Bushy Park, the second largest of London’s eight Royal Parks at over 1000 acres, home to wild deer and located north of Hampton Court Palace.

  • Sunshine through the trees

    The Green Park

    The Green Park is one of London’s eight Royal Parks, a peaceful triangle of mature trees and grasslands offering a quiet retreat from city life.

  • Summer bedding in St. James's Park

    St. James's Park

    Welcome to St. James’s Park, the oldest Royal Park at the heart of ceremonial London. Enjoy great views of the lake and fountain from St. James’s Café.

  • Boy and Frog statue in Queen Mary's Garden in autumn

    The Regent's Park & Primrose Hill

    Welcome to The Regent’s Park & Primrose Hill, home to a large wetland area, gardens, children’s playgrounds, sports facilities and more.

  • People sitting under trees in Greenwich Park

    Greenwich Park

    Welcome to Greenwich Park, one of London’s eight Royal Parks; a mix of 17th century landscape, stunning gardens and a history dating back to Roman times.

  • Brompton Cemetery in summer

    Brompton Cemetery

    The Grade I listed Brompton Cemetery in West London is the well-loved resting place of over 200,000 people and a haven for wildlife.

  • The House of Lords viewed from Victoria Tower Gardens

    Victoria Tower Gardens

    Victoria Tower Gardens is a small pocket of green space in the heart of Westminster that's home to a number of memorials.