Regents Park


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Postcode: NW1 | code search
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

Regents Park Events

Taste of London Festival

Frieze Art Fair
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White & Co
"This company has acted for me on several occasions in conveyancing matters, and I've always found them to be very efficient, reliable, and friendly. I've in the past had ..." More

Regents Park Medical Centre
"Called on 27/07/09 to book an appointment to see a nurse and was advised that the next available appointment was on 07/08/09. Then asked to book an appointment with ..." More

Melia White House Hotel
"Good Points: proximity to Euston : & my relevant conference venues. Also very convenient for accessing main attractions Bad Points: sometimes the lifts!! General review: very good

Date visited: 2008-11-23 ..." More

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Regent's Park is a great favourite with Londoners, having something to offer everyone, young and old, in glorious surroundings. The park, designed in 1811 by royal architect John Nash, has at its heart Queen Mary's Gardens, created a little later and contained within the Inner Circle. Here, the shrubs and flowerbeds are beautifully planted and colour co-ordinated to provide a striking year-round display, while the rose garden scents the air with 400 different varieties. Also in the Gardens are the Open Air Theatre, famous for its Shakespearian productions throughout the summer, and a lake where children love to feed the waterfowl. The local squirrels are equally happy to accept tidbits. In other parts of the park there are children's playgrounds, a bandstand, a big boating lake shared with swans, courts, pitches and tracks for a wide range of sports with a pavilion called The Hub, cafés, restaurants and ice-cream stands, and the world-renowned London Zoo. Opposite the zoo and across Prince Albert Road rises Primrose Hill, which gives splendid views over Westminster and the City. Near Regent's Park is the London Central Mosque, whose dome is a dramatic landmark, and parades of spectacular colonnaded Regency terraces designed by Nash.


Centre for the Magic Arts
Diorama Gallery
Elvisly Yours
London Zoo
Royal Academy of Music York Gate Collections
Royal College of Physicians Library
Sherlock Holmes London Tour
Sherlock Holmes Museum
Wellcome Trust


The Gorilla Organization
UK Stem Cell Foundation
Zoological Society of London


Yoga - Yoga Clinic


Regents Park Medical Centre


Goldsmiths House

Pub and Bar

Lock Tavern


Lock Tavern

Queen's Head and Artichoke
Tara Thai Dining


Christ Church School


Vincent Doherty & Co Solicitors
White & Co


Euston Station Cars
Park West Cars


Open Air Theatre
Steiner Theatre
The Roundhouse
Theatro Technis


The British Library Book Shop
French Samuel Ltd
Regent Bookshop
Fitzroy's Floral Designers & French Antiques
Sesame Health Foods

Graham & Green

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Megaro Hotel (0.33 miles)

Megaro Hotel

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With a superb location in the bustling heart of London’s St Pancras, opposite the spectacular Gothic façade of the train station, this 4-star hotel offers stylish, luxurious and contemporary accommodation. The ... More

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Northumberland Kings Cross Hotel (0.33 miles)

Northumberland Kings Cross Hotel

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In the heart of central London, directly opposite King's Cross St. Pancras train and tube station, the hotel offers comfortable, basic accommodation with shared bathrooms at great-value, inexpensive rates. This small English, ... More

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Lisa Court Hotel (0.34 miles)

Lisa Court Hotel

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This newly refurbished budget hotel has a great location in central London, close to the famous Bloomsbury district and perfectly situated for King’s Cross, St Pancras and Euston train stations. The hotel’s ... More

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Belgrove Hotel (0.34 miles)

Belgrove Hotel

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The Belgrove Hotel is a budget hotel and is located a stones throw away from St Pancras Eurostar Station. The hotel is an excellent base in which to explore London. ... More

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Fairway Hotel (0.35 miles)

Fairway Hotel

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The Fairway Hotel is situated in what is probably the most central part of London, with 35 rooms all with central heating, colour TV and wash hand basin facilities. En-suite or ... More


YHA London St Pancras (0.36 miles)

YHA London St Pancras
Superb 4 star hostel, as rated by the English tourist board. We offer small comfortable rooms and have a great reputation for cleanliness and helpful staff. Located in the heart of the city with great ... More
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Rough Luxe (0.38 miles)

Rough Luxe
There's, quite simply, no place like Rough Luxe. This is the antithesis of a conventional luxury hotel: an unprepossessing Georgian building in King's Cross where cracked, peeling paintwork and shreds of faded wallpaper sit alongside ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn London Kings Cross (0.38 miles)

Premier Inn London Kings Cross
Ideally located for access to central London. Just a 2-minute walk from Kings Cross St. Pancras train and underground station. Within easy reach of all London attractions. London Kings Cross St. Pancras Premier Inn has everything ... More | visit website
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Melville Hotel (0.40 miles)

Melville Hotel

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This budget bed and breakfast hotel is located in the heart of central London, directly opposite Kings Cross train station, in a quiet garden square.
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Jesmond Dene (0.41 miles)

Jesmond Dene

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Jesmond Dene is an excellent Bed and Breakfast hotel located in central London, very close to the main attractions. Located 200 yards from King's Cross, you can grab a bus from ... More

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