Hyde Park

Parks and gardens

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Hyde Park

  • Diana's memorial fountain

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    Diana's memorial fountain
  • 7/7 Memorial

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    7/7 Memorial
  • Animals in war statue

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    Animals in war statue
  • Lake

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    Lake
  • Statue

    Michelle Grant / Time Out

    Statue

Diana's memorial fountain

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    Hyde Park London
    W2 4RU

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BRITISH SUMMER TIME: Taylor Swift

Country, Pop, Chart pop

  • Critics' choice

One of America’s biggest pop success stories, at the grand old age of 24 Taylor Alison Swift has already smashed sales records, captivated a generation of young girls, and – with her latest album ‘1989’ – won over the critics too. It’s all thanks to her...

BRITISH SUMMER TIME: Taylor Swift
  1. Sat Jun 27
  2. Hyde Park
  3. £55-£99
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BRITISH SUMMER TIME: The Who

Classic rock

  • Critics' choice

Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and their backing band round off their 'The Who Hits 50' tour by playing Hyde Park for the fourth time. The band are usually at their best in the open air – their last headline slot here, in 2006, was a real treat – so catch...

BRITISH SUMMER TIME: The Who
  1. Fri Jun 26
  2. Hyde Park
  3. £69
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Walk in Hyde Park: Wintry Water

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This water themed walking tour through Hyde Park will uncover the history of the underground rivers and reservoirs that flow beneath it, take a closer look at it's ancient monastic fish ponds and explain how the park ensures the Diana Memorial Fountain...

Walk in Hyde Park: Wintry Water
  1. Fri Feb 27
  2. Hyde Park
  3. £5
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Victoria A

Every time I went London I always ended up with taking a stroll around Hyde Park. I could be because it is so central. Whenever you need a rest from the traffic and the noise, just a short stroll into the park, and you feel that you are a million miles away from London.

bigsands

Hyde Park is great, but it lacks one feature near the Serpentine which is a bandstand. It would be great to have live ensembles performing in the park on a regular basis. My band was sponsored to perform on the bandstand at Finsbury Sq in the City of London and the crowds gathered during their lunch period and enjoyed it. The same can be done in Hyde Park if someone takes the initiative and arranges it. What type of music would you like to hear during your lunch period if you went to the park? Send your answer via this website http://www.steelbandhire.com/

SAMANTHA PARKER

Came for a day trip to London last year, the most relaxing and enjoyable part was the stroll around Hyde Park. We sat and had a picnic by the lake then fed the ducks. We also had a stroll around Diana's memorial fountain...Beautiful :-) Putting it simple, Strolling around Hyde Park is a must do for anybody visiting London!!

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