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See London's 8 Royal Parks
See London's 8 Royal Parks
Though once owned exclusively by the monarchs of the United Kingdom for recreational purposes, today, the Royal Parks of London represent common ground — truly communal spaces where anyone can escape the bustle of the city for a breath of fresh air, a quick stroll, or a picnic. Covering a combined 5,000 acres, these eight parks are full of history and offer ample space to relax and unwind. https://passionpassport.com/london-royal-park-guide/
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18,759 reviews
London, UK
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Parks
Passion Passport You may not consider pelicans to be particularly sophisticated birds, but they actually provide St. James’ Park with a peculiar sense of royalty as they graze the beautiful grounds with a stately air of elegance.
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2,360 reviews
Richmond, UK
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Passion Passport While many of the royal parks offer small getaways from the bustle of the city, Richmond represents a true foray into the wilderness. Though just a stone’s throw from Central London, the park covers over 2,500 acres and serves as an inner-city window to the great outdoors.
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4,412 reviews
London, UK
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Passion Passport The past comes alive at Kensington Gardens, a spectacular green space that was once part of Hyde Park. The eponymous palace features historical exhibits; the Diana Playground offers a Peter Pan-inspired wooden pirate ship for the little ones, while the Albert Memorial towers over the vicinity, offering true Victorian magnificence.
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21,999 reviews
London, UK
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Passion Passport There’s an electricity in the air of Hyde Park, the massive green space at the heart of the city. Perhaps it’s the wind blowing off the lake, which offers boating, open-water swimming, and even a waterside café. Or, maybe it’s emanating from the Speaker’s Corner, a traditional site for public debate and speech that has served as a protest hub since the mid-1800s.
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3,101 reviews
London, UK
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Passion Passport Greenwich Park presents itself as an overlook, not just of the U.K.’s beautiful capital city, but of the world in its entirety. Climb the park’s hill, where you’ll be rewarded with sweeping panoramic views of London and the River Thames.
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1,306 reviews
London, UK
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Passion Passport Directly next to Buckingham Palace sits Green Park, an aptly named tranquil triangle of leafy trees and grassy fields. With plenty of statues, fountains, memorials, and even Royal Gun Salutes on ceremonial occasions, Green Park offers a truly regal experience.
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Hampton Hill, UK
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Passion Passport During World War II, part of Bushy Park served as a U.S. airbase, and it was from there that General Eisenhower planned his D-Day invasion. You wouldn’t know it, though — today the park is as peaceful as can be, covering 1,099 acres of waterways, gardens, and grassy fields.
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