This royal park is one of London’s most loved, with its ornamental gardens, fountains, the London Zoo and the enchanting Open Air Theatre. The area surrounding the park is characterized by vast, highly expensive houses no doubt belonging to millionaires and aristocrats – St. John’s Lodge, situated in the Inner Circle is home to renowned hedonist Prince Jefri Bolkiah of Brunei - while the terraces on Ulster Row have been converted into flats and offices. Regent’s Park is bordered by Baker Street to the west and Camden to the north, while Marylebone High Street and Harley Street to the south lead to Oxford Street and the West End.
Your All In London guide to Regents Park
Going out in Regents Park
What's On in Regents Park
Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra - Live streamed from Green Note
Online exhibition: Royal College of Physicians Unseen