Regent's Park

Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR
Total area:
395 acres
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About The Venue
Regent’s Park is one of London’s 8 Royal Parks and a Grade I location on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. It is a former part of King Henry VIII’s hunting forest, which opened to the public in 1841. It covers a total area of 395 acres and is named after the Prince Regent or King George IV. The Park is a popular location for the hosting of many important festivals. One such example is the Taste of London Festival.
Regent’s Park is of the City of London’s Royal Parks. It was acquired by the crown after the dissolution of monasteries in the 15th century. Initially, it was a part of King VIII’s hunting forest before it was converted into a farming area. In the 1810s and 20s the park was landscaped by John Nash as a leisure area for the royal family and aristocrats. It became accessible to the public in 1841. The Park is accessible from the London City Airport and St. Pancras Railway Station.
How to get to Regent's Park
On foot

London City Airport – not advisable

St. Pancras International Railway Station – 45 mins

By Car

London City Airport – 45 mins via A1203

St. Pancras International Railway Station – 15 mins via A501

By public transport

London City Airport – 40 mins via transports DLR and Jubilee

St. Pancras International Railway Station – 15 mins via Metropolitan

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