Regent's Park

Parks and gardens

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Regent's Park

  • The Avenue Gardens © The Royal Parks

  • Roses in Queen Mary's Garden © Anne Marie Briscombe

  • © Greywolf, The Royal Parks

  • © Greywolf, The Royal Parks

  • © Greywolf, The Royal Parks

  • © Greywolf, The Royal Parks

  • © Phil Russell

  • Triton Fountain © Greywolf, The Royal Parks

  • Open Air Theatre © Alastair Muir

  • Open Air Theatre © David Jensen

The Avenue Gardens © The Royal Parks

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    Regent's Park Chester Rd
    London
    NW1 4NR

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Friends and Friend's Friends Picnic

Things to do

Indian author Arvind Devalia is on a mission to 'create a movement of people who want to make the world a better place whilst also improving their own lives'. One of the ways he reaches out is through his annual FAFF picnic – which is in its twelfth year...

Friends and Friend's Friends Picnic
  1. Sun Aug 17
  2. Regent's Park
  3. Free
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Frieze Art Fair 2014

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  • Critics' choice

The biggest contemporary carnival in London’s art calendar hits its twelfth year in 2014. Last year's redesign and fewer galleries (still over 150) made for a better viewing experience and highlights included the daily-changing Frieze Projects performed...

Frieze Art Fair 2014
  1. Thu Oct 16 – Sun Oct 19
  2. Regent's Park
  3. price tba (2013 prices: £32; concs £23;...
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Frieze Masters 2014

Art

  • Critics' choice

While Frieze sells work made mostly after 2000, this sister fair, now in its thrid year, features international galleries selling high-end art made any time before, from the ancient era to the end of the twentieth century. SEE ALL THE ART FAIRS HAPPENING...

Frieze Masters 2014
  1. Thu Oct 16 – Sun Oct 19
  2. Regent's Park
  3. Prices tba (2013 prices: £32; concs £23;...
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HELEN DAWDRY

Having recently visited Regents Park after over 10 years since my last visit, it was a breath of fresh air in a busy city. Crossing the lake while watching a heron relax in the mid-day sun, felt like I was a million miles away from the sweaty tube station on baker street. Visited the open air theatre for an afternoon of laughter watching the dinosaur zoo show .. an experience which is a must whilst they are there ! A great day out, a park you can while away the whole day in - highly recommended.