Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park is one of eight Royal Parks in London.

One of eight Royal Parks in London, Regent's Park was originally appropriated as a deer park by King Henry VIII. It was subsequently redeveloped by architect John Nash, a friend of the Prince Regent, who made it the park we know today. Home to the Zoological Society of London, the Royal Botanical Society, London Zoo, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre not to mention deer and countless species of birds it comprises nearly 200 hectares of open space; a welcome breath of fresh air in central London.