Step out of the pub and into a greener space to explore the capital’s Royal Parks and help support the lungs of London. Home to 8 million trees London’s green spaces, and wild-lands sustain the city and increase the quality of life for all citizens.
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You'll visit three of the city’s Royal Parks including Green Park, St James Park and Hyde Park.
En route you'll walk past the famed Buckingham Palace.
In Hyde Park, you'll see the Serpentine Sackler Gallery—housed in a former gunpowder depot— and the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, which is designed to reflect Diana's life.
On the tour you'll learn about how the parks help sustain health and well-being for the city’s residents, communities and the local environment.
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• Time: 4h
• Guide: Private guide
• Languages: English
• Frequency: Everyday at 11:00am
• Good for: Adults, families and professionals
• Participants: 2-20
• Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and be prepared for variable British weather.
To walk through London’s parks is to get a sense of the city’s rich history, its present-day multiculturalism, and the crucial ecosystem services that enhance the health of urban-dwellers.
Your visit to the park will help sustain what is a crucial lifeline and public space for this dynamic city.
You'll start at the smallest of the capital’s eight Royal Parks, Green Park, which will lead us to St James Park, the hub of Britain’s tradition and grandeur.
Passing through The Mall, Buckingham Palace, and Horse Guards Parade, the tour will culminate in the sprawling 350 acres Hyde Park, where the famed Speaker’s Corner and Serpentine Gallery will give you a sense of London’s historical pride and present day significance.