Covering 395 acres, this park is another favourite amongst both locals and tourists.
This Royal Park is perhaps, location-wise, the most Royal of them all! With Buckingham Palace and the Mall bordering the 23 acres of beautiful green space, St James Park is a firm favourite amongst visitors of the city.
There’s a whole lot of history behind London’s largest Royal Park, which was originally created as a deer park by Charles I in the 1600s.
Perfect for the modern adventurer, Kew Gardens is home to tropical glasshouses, exotic rainforests and tree-top walkways sure to excite and amaze.