Today, London's parks host festivals, provide perfect picnic spots and are a calm oasis away from the city streets. A few hundred years ago, however, most of us wouldn't have been able to step foot on the grassy expanses. 'Parks: Our Shared Heritage' explores how these areas have transformed from monarchical deer hunting grounds into the public parks we know and love today. In the first exhibition dedicated to this rich history, see rare artefacts, oil paintings, photographs, and historical documents spanning three centuries. Find out more here.