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Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James's Park, Green Park

Special Events, Sports and Leisure

Free
Mental Health Awareness Week: Nature and Mental Health

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week join a discussion with a panel of experts to explore the mental health benefits of connecting with nature and accessing green spaces.

Special Events

Paid
Trees in Bloom

Join us as we explore the beautiful spring blossoms of Hyde Park's trees

Hyde Park

Wildlife

Van Gogh Alive

On until 26 Sep 2021

Van Gogh Alive is coming to Kensington Gardens this summer! Don’t miss your chance to immerse yourself in the life and works of Vincent van Gogh at the most visited immersive, multi-sensory experience in the world. June 4 – September 26.

Kensington Gardens

Culture/Music and Arts

Free
Wednesday Weekly Play Session

Outdoor child-led play session supported by experienced playworkers.

The Regent's Park

Education, Special Events, Family

Free
Thursday Weekly Play Session

Outdoor child-led play session supported by experienced playworkers.

Greenwich Park

Education, Special Events, Family, Greenwich Park Revealed

Paid
Gorilla Circus Flying Trapeze School

On until 13 Sep 2021

Learn to use the trapeze with Gorilla Circus

The Regent's Park

Sports and Leisure

Paid
Walking Tour: Albert Memorial

Get behind the rails for an exclusive up close tour of the Albert Memorial.

Kensington Gardens

History and Heritage

Greenwich Park, Greenwich Park Revealed

Culture/Music and Arts, Education, Horticulture, Special Events, Wildlife, Family, Greenwich Park Revealed

Free
Wednesday Weekly Play Session

Outdoor child-led play session supported by experienced playworkers.

The Regent's Park

Education, Family

Free
Thursday Weekly Play Session

Outdoor child-led play session supported by experienced playworkers.

Greenwich Park

Education, Family

Free
Walking Tour: The Vicar's Widow's Death

Behind a rather prosaic death notice lies a fascinating story. To celebrate the centenary of the Plumage Act, this lunchtime walk will visit RSPB co-founder Eliza Phillips' grave and tell her story.

Brompton Cemetery

History and Heritage

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