St. James’s Park St. James’s Park

St. James’s Park is a 23 hectare park within central London, and a convenient place for tourists to take a break from sightseeing and enjoy. The park enjoys the status of being convenient for many tourist attractions, thus guaranteeing it a steady... 

Regent’s Park Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park, which is officially named The Regent’s Park though the ‘the’ is rarely applied in common usage, is one of the more interesting of the Royal Parks of London. At around two square kilometers in size, it is large even by London park... 

Brompton Cemetery Brompton Cemetery

In mid 19th century London, the decision was made by the governing authority to build seven new cemeteries. For years, the cemeteries of the great city had struggled to deal with the amount of residents who expired within its walls, and there were a great... 

Bushy Park Bushy Park

Bushy Park is one of the most stunning parks in London, a city not exactly short on parks itself. Bushy Park is located in the London Borough of Richmond-Upon-Thames, in the south west section of London, and is near to Hampton Court Palace and Hampton... 

The Green Park The Green Park

Green Park is one of the Royal Parks of London, protected parks which are owned by the crown. Interestingly, the public has no legal right to use the parks as they are still technically property of the crown and terms of public usage can be withdrawn.... 

Richmond Park Richmond Park

Richmond Park is a giant park in a giant city. At around 955 hectare – 2, 600 hectares – it is the biggest of the Royal Parks of London, and three times larger than Central Park in New York. It also has the tag of being Britain’s largest urban walled... 

Kensington Gardens Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens is a large, enclosed public park in London, England. It is contiguous with the arguably better known Hyde Park, and spans a land mass of some 1.1 square kilometers, making it slightly smaller than its neighbor but still one of the largest... 

Hyde Park Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the most recognizable names on an tourist map of London, and quite rightly. As well as being one of the largest parks in London, it has a rich and varied history that dates back hundreds of years as well as having an extreme modern... 

Greenwich Park Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park was the first of what are now known as the Royal Parks of London to be enclosed. The area, which once belonged to the Abbey of St. Peter at Ghent, was claimed by the crown in 1427 and was given as a gift by King Henry VI to his uncle, Humphrey...