Regent's Park is a large open space developed by John Nash in thw 1820s, which is very popular with the locals

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Regent's Park, London

Regent's Park is a large open space developed by John Nash in thw 1820s, which is very popular with the locals.

Regent's Park is a large open space developed by John Nash in thw 1820s, which is very popular with the locals. The London Zoo, Grand Union Canal, lovely lakes, an open air theatre, and sporting activities draw the crowds here. There is also a cafe and play area next to the boating pond.


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About Regent's Park

 London, United Kingdom

 +44 20 7486 79

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 www.royalparks.org.uk

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