More than just a park.
Hyde Park was created to satisfy a royal passion for hunting. But over the years, the Royal Park became a place where people have pursued many other pleasures.
All of its famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers’ Corner and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain are admired from all over the world.
Hyde Park is also the setting for the magnificent royal residence of Kensington Palace. Surrounded by the beautiful Kensington Gardens, this is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambrdige.
Accessible by all residents within a short walking distance, Hyde Park is adopted by many Londoners as part of an everyday pleasure. Whether that be cycling, running or a pleasant stroll through one of the many quaint lanes in the park.
The Park’s timeless charm and beautiful landscape are readily accessible for those who wish to immerse themselves in one of London’s most delightful spaces.