St James's Park

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St James’ Park is a 57-acre public green space surrounding a lake and two islands in London’s Westminster district and populated by a variety of waterfowl, including swans. It is adjacent to Buckingham Palace.

Insider Tip

Keep an eye out for Duck Island Cottage, a small gingerbread-esque building that was once home to park’s Bird Keeper and now serves as headquarters for The London Parks & Gardens Trust.

Afar Magazine
No trip to London is complete without a stroll through the city’s manicured green spaces. Start in St James’s Park, home to four pelicans, which are fed beside Duck Island each afternoon.... View full review from Afar Magazine
Lonely Planet
At just 23 hectares, St James's is one of the smallest but most groomed of London’s royal parks. View full review from Lonely Planet
In a city of royal parks, this one—bordered by three palaces (the Palace of Westminster, St. James's Palace, and Buckingham Palace)—is the most regal of them all. View full review from Fodor's
Address: London SW1A 2BJ, UK
Phone: +44 300 061 2350
Hours: Open (Closes at 12:00am)