London Free Parks and Gardens
Kensington Gardens Photos
Enjoy these photos and find out more about Kensington Gardens in London.
Hampstead Heath, in north London, is London's largest ancient parkland.
St James's Park Photos
St James's Park is London's oldest Royal Park. It is next to Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament and there are free concerts at weekends during the summer. One of the most popular sights are the pelicans on the lake.
Regent's Park Photos
Photos from a September day in the Inner Circle of Regent's Park in London. The color was amazing and the Queen Mary Rose Garden is always delightful.
Kensington Roof Gardens
Kensington Roof Gardens is London's equivalent of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. In the unlikely location 100ft above street level, on top of a department store building in the busy Kensington shopping area, you'll find a Spanish garden, a Tudor garden, an English woodland garden and resident flamingos!
Kensington Roof Gardens Photos
Enjoy these photos from Kensington Roof Gardens in London, a rooftop garden with flamingos!
If you've seen the film Closer with Natalie Portman, you've already seen Postman's Park but it's unlikely you'll find it in many guidebooks. It's a small area of greenery in the busy City of London area and is close to St. Paul's Cathedral and the Museum of London. Find out why you should stop by and see photos of what you'll see.
Lincoln's Inn Fields
Lincoln's Inn Fields is the largest public square in London.
Brown Hart Gardens
Brown Hart Gardens in Mayfair London is not well-known but once you find it you will cherish it's tranquility. Only a short walk from Selfridges and Oxford Street, Brown Hart Gardens is a raised paved area used by local people, workers and visitors to Mayfair during the day for a quiet lunchtime sandwich or to read in peace.
Topiary Elephants in Regent's Park
Topiary heards of life-sized elephants and deer roamed in Regent's Park, London in July 2008 on a Survival Tour in aid of British and Asian wildlife habitats.
London Royal Parks
Official website of the London Royal Parks. There are eight Royal Parks in London and all are free to visit.