A walk in The Regent's Park
This walk explores the history, ornamental features and gardens of The Regent’s Park.
Find out about the origins of the park, the people and royal personages behind its layout and the design ideas that influenced centuries of future town planning.
Discover the places where there once stood
- A giant conservatory
- A pop-up gallery holding priceless works of art, and
- A wooden post office that sent millions of letters and parcels to soldiers on the frontline during the First World War.
The walk begins outside the gates of Regent’s University London on the Inner Circle (NW1 4NS).
Baker Street underground station is closest to the University campus.
There is level access along the route, except where noted at the beginning of the walk in Queen Mary’s Gardens.
The walk ends at Regent’s Park underground station.