Photos of Regents Park, of of London's most popular parks. The
park today (previously called Marylebone Park) has evolved from the 1811 plans of John Nash, crown architect who
designed an ambitious private residential development set in a picturesque
parkland setting for the "wealthy and the good". The park is split into several
sections: Marylebone Green to the South, Holme Green to the West, The Regents
Park main area to the North, Gloucester Green to the North East, Cumberland
Green to the East and Queens Mary's Gardens in the central Inner Circle.
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Looking North from Clarence Bridge across the boating lake
with Holme Green to the right.
Marylebone Green, a popular place for a game of football.
The main boating house near Hanover Bridge where, weather
permitting, you can rent a boat to row.
Next to the main boating lake is a smaller one for kids.
Looking across the main Regents Park open space.
Looking into the park from the Charlbert Bridge Gate entrance.
Restaurant in Queen Mary's Gardens, Inner Circle.
Queen Mary's Gardens, Inner Circle.
Memorial to Sigismund Goetze. Northern end of Queen Mary's
Gardens, inner circle.
Open Air Theatre in Queen Mary's Gardens, inner circle.
Jubilee Gates which commemorated the opening of Queen Mary's
Gardens in 1935.
Running track by Macclesfield Bridge.
Regents Park is rich in many types of waterfowl.
An example of the varied and rich bird life to be found in
Regents Park is full of hidden beauty spots like this one.
The entrance to London Zoo is on the Outer Circle, Northern
end of Regents Park.
Some of the Zoo exhibits can be seen from the Outer Circle
without actually entering the Zoo itself.
Regents Canal runs along the Northern edge of Regents Park.
This view is from St Marks Bridge Gate.
Feng Shang floating Chinese restaurant on Regents Canal by St
Marks Bridge Gate.
Memorial to members of the 1st Battalion Green Jackets
killed in a terrorist attack on this spot near the boating lake in 1982.
St Katherine's Precinct on the East side of the Outer Circle.
London Central Mosque by Hanover Gate.
Entrance to Winfield House, the American ambassadors residence. The house occupies 12 and a half acres of the North Western end of Regents
St Marylebone Parish Church as seen from York Gate.