Green Space in London
🌷 Unwind & recharge in these pockets of lush and tranquil green space that offer a much-needed respite from the hustle and bustle of London. Here are some of the best spots to picnic, claim a park bench, or simply lay down in the grass or against a tree as many Londoners do!
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Hampstead Heath
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Some notable parts of the park include Parliament Hill, Kenwood House, Lime Ave, and the bathing ponds.
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Regent's Park
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Be sure to stroll down The Broad Walk, revel in the beauty of Queen Mary's Rose Gardens, explore The Japanese Garden, and meander along Boating Lake. In the warmer months, you can also catch a play at the Regent's Park Open Air Theater.
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Primrose Hill Viewpoint
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Primrose Hill offers stunning views over the London skyline and is a great spot to picnic in the warmer months.
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South

Battersea Park
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Greenwich Park
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Offers beautiful views over London and is home to the Prime Meridian.
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Central

The Green Park
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Absolutely gorgeous in the spring with daffodils blooming wildly amidst the grass. Next to Buckingham Palace!
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St James's Park
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Situated in front of Buckingham Palace, St. James's park is a beautiful place to walk or relax in Central London. It's only a short walk to Big Ben, Parliament & Westminster Abbey from the park.
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East

Victoria Park
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Clissold Park
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London Fields
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West

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Holland Park
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Just Outside of London

These green spaces are not technically London but are very easily accessible via public transport.

Richmond Park
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Seeking slow, savor-worthy travels? I curate food and design-led trips hitting local gems + must-see sights across London, Europe & the US. Hi! 👋 I'm Julianna, a London-based, multi-passionate creative, digital marketer and traveler. I left my corporate job 6 years ago to freelance and to start my small accessories brand, Maragold Designs. Having long-been a travel resource for family, friends and friends-of-friends, I'm looking forward to now pursuing my love of travel in a way that helps others experience places to their fullest! I've always longed for a way to more widely share the knowledge that I’ve gained through first hand experience, countless hours of research and, compiling of recommendations. Enter Thatch! Before moving to London 4 years ago, I lived in Boston and am originally from a small town in Massachusetts. I grew up across the street from my family's Italian-American restaurant which was established in 1933 by my great grandparents who emigrated from Italy. From an early age, this instilled in me a deep appreciation for small businesses. They're truly the heartbeat of any community and I love discovering special local spots on my travels. Check out my guides for some special spots!
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Green Space in London
🌷 Unwind & recharge in these pockets of lush and tranquil green space that offer a much-needed respite from the hustle and bustle of London. Here are some of the best spots to picnic, claim a park bench, or simply lay down in the grass or against a tree as many Londoners do!
13 Places • ago
Free

North

Hampstead Heath
@somethingsavored
Some notable parts of the park include Parliament Hill, Kenwood House, Lime Ave, and the bathing ponds.
Add to
Details
Regent's Park
@somethingsavored
Be sure to stroll down The Broad Walk, revel in the beauty of Queen Mary's Rose Gardens, explore The Japanese Garden, and meander along Boating Lake. In the warmer months, you can also catch a play at the Regent's Park Open Air Theater.
Add to
Details
Primrose Hill Viewpoint
@somethingsavored
Primrose Hill offers stunning views over the London skyline and is a great spot to picnic in the warmer months.
Add to
Details

South

Battersea Park
@somethingsavored
Add to
Details
Greenwich Park
@somethingsavored
Offers beautiful views over London and is home to the Prime Meridian.
Add to
Details

Central

The Green Park
@somethingsavored
Absolutely gorgeous in the spring with daffodils blooming wildly amidst the grass. Next to Buckingham Palace!
Add to
Details
St James's Park
@somethingsavored
Situated in front of Buckingham Palace, St. James's park is a beautiful place to walk or relax in Central London. It's only a short walk to Big Ben, Parliament & Westminster Abbey from the park.
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Details

East

Victoria Park
@somethingsavored
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Clissold Park
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London Fields
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West

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Holland Park
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Just Outside of London

These green spaces are not technically London but are very easily accessible via public transport.

Richmond Park
@somethingsavored
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Details

* * *
CURATED BY
Seeking slow, savor-worthy travels? I curate food and design-led trips hitting local gems + must-see sights across London, Europe & the US. Hi! 👋 I'm Julianna, a London-based, multi-passionate creative, digital marketer and traveler. I left my corporate job 6 years ago to freelance and to start my small accessories brand, Maragold Designs. Having long-been a travel resource for family, friends and friends-of-friends, I'm looking forward to now pursuing my love of travel in a way that helps others experience places to their fullest! I've always longed for a way to more widely share the knowledge that I’ve gained through first hand experience, countless hours of research and, compiling of recommendations. Enter Thatch! Before moving to London 4 years ago, I lived in Boston and am originally from a small town in Massachusetts. I grew up across the street from my family's Italian-American restaurant which was established in 1933 by my great grandparents who emigrated from Italy. From an early age, this instilled in me a deep appreciation for small businesses. They're truly the heartbeat of any community and I love discovering special local spots on my travels. Check out my guides for some special spots!
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