See Regent's Park At Its Regal Best

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 90 months ago
See Regent's Park At Its Regal Best
Fountain in the Avenue Gardens. Photo: James Beard

Just one tube stop north of hellish Oxford Circus is the serene surrounds of Regent's Park. Home to London Zoo, a boating lake, sports fields, secret gardens and several fountains, statues and more, it's easy to forget how close you are to central London. Browse through these photos, and if you want to know more, read these 11 secrets of Regent's Park.

The floating Chinese restaurant in the Cumberland Basin on Regent's Canal, in the north east of the park. Photo: weathergil
Autumn in the Avenue Gardens. Photo: Patrizia Ilaria Sechi
View over Regent's Park and beyond from Primrose Hill. Photo: Andrea Pucci
The London Central Mosque, also known as the Regent's Park Mosque, on the western side of the park. Photo: Heavenxxx89 Art & Photography
Sculptures forming part of Frieze Art Fair 2010. Photo: Fabio Lugaro
Fountains. Photo: Peter Denton
View over the boating lake towards Regent's Park Mosque. Photo: Shifiku
Colourful blooms in the park. Photo: Frida Fabbrini
Flower bed in the Avenue Gardens. Photo: Matt Brown
The Ready Money Drinking Fountain, also known as the Sir Cowasjee Jenhagir Fountain. Jenhagir donated the fountain to the park as a thank-you for the protection he and fellow Parsees received under British rule in India. Find it on The Broad Walk. Photo: Giovanni Farina
The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre puts on shows for both adults and children each summer. Photo: Simon Scott
View of the BT Tower through the park. Photo: IanVisits
The Broad Walk under snow in January 2013. Photo: carugg
The Holme is a mansion house in the park, desiged by Decimus Burton. Photo: shadow_in_the_water
Waterfall in Queen Mary's Gardens inside the park's Inner Circle. Photo: Frida Fabbrini

Last Updated 02 August 2016