Hyde Park

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At 350 acres, Hyde Park is the largest of four parks in central London. It was established in the 16th century by Henry VII. Hyde Park is great for cycling, walking, or having a picnic.

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The Serpentine Gallery in the park hosts modern art exhibits and you can rent a row boat to explore the Serpentine lake. Or bring a picnic blanket and some snacks and wine from the grocery store and blend in with the locals on a warm and sunny day.

Travel + Leisure
Once a hunting ground for King Henry VIII, Hyde Park now boasts eight million visitors a year View full review from Travel + Leisure
Afar Magazine
What was once a private hunting ground for Henry VIII is now a favorite destination for London locals and visitors alike View full review from Afar Magazine
Lonely Planet
At 145 hectares, Hyde Park is central London's largest open space. View full review from Lonely Planet
Address: London, UK
Phone: +44 300 061 2000
Hours: Open (Closes at 12:00am)