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Hyde Park

The beautiful centre of London in the United Kingdom, Hyde Park covers 350 acres of land and incorporates many notable features such as Wellington Arch (which hosts various exhibitions for visitors), a vast botanical garden, a man-made lake, and a thrilling children’s playground. Confiscated from the monks of Westminster Abbey by King Henry VIII in 1536, Hyde Park was originally used as a hunting ground for the royal party. Just southwest of the Serpentine is the beautiful and tranquil Princess Diana Memorial fountain, inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2004.

  • Speaker’s Corner comes alive on Sundays, and remains an outpost for free speech where anyone can bring a soapbox, take a stand, and have their views heard by anyone who is willing to sit and listen.
  • The Serpentine Lake is a large man-made body of water located at the south end of Hyde Park in London. Visitors can while away the day boating and swimming, if the weather is conducive.
  • Marble Arch stands majestically at the northeast corner of Hyde Park, London, and is the gateway to Buckingham Palace, residence of the Queen and her entourage.

London’s Heathrow International Airport hosts flights from all over the world and boasts multiple transport options, with buses, taxis, and trains running frequently into the centre of London. Hyde Park’s borders have five London Underground tube stations in close proximity, namely Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge, both on the Piccadilly line, and Queensway, Lancaster Gate, and Marble Arch, all on the Central Line. Transport options within the park include boating on the river, walking and jogging tracks, and the famous Rotten Row, which is frequently used for horse riding, cycling, and other activities.