The warm weather is set to continue over the next few weeks. If you are in London why not make use of the wonderful green spaces on offer.
Published Tuesday, 30th July, 2019 in University news
We’ve put a list of some of our favourites together, each with something slightly different to offer.
This East London landmark was the home of the 2012 Olympics. It has since become a relaxing green space with waterways and the location of many events.
Located west of Central London, Holland Park is based in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. If you head to the park, keep an eye out for the resident peacocks.
Probably London’s most well-known park, Hyde Park covers 350 acres. It is also home to some of other well-known landmarks including Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain and the Serpentine lake.
This is another one of London’s Royal Parks. It overlooks the Thames and gives you one of the best views of the City. You can stand on the Prime Meridian or visit the Royal Observatory.
Victoria Park is London’s oldest public park. It is in East London, just a stone’s throw away from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park.
Why not take a visit south of the river to Battersea Park. You’ll have great views of the river. There is even a zoo on the park’s grounds.