Time Out says
Early mornings and the winter months are the preserve of the Serpentine Swimming Club, but from May to September there’s a warm welcome for everyone in this section of the Serpentine lake – although the water is not heated. It’s not chlorinated either, a boon for swimmers who prefer to avoid the stuff, as well as to the wildlife (you may find yourself sharing a dip with the local ducks and swans). The gated family area with a (chlorinated) paddling pool, sandpit and swings means parents can relax while their children play. There's a private sunbathing area and sun loungers for hire and a kiosk within the lido grounds makes it possible to order from the popular Lido Café next door.
|Transport:||Tube: Hyde Park Corner/Lancaster Gate|
|Price:||£4.80, £3.80 concs, £1.80 children (over three), £12 family ticket (two adults and up to four children)|
|Opening hours:||Weekends & Bank Holidays 10am-6pm (May), Daily 10am-6pm (June, July, August),|
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