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Which are your favorite parks in London?

Updated on January 28, 2009

My favorite parks are Hampstead and Greenwich Park

I thanks Mr. Soni for such a nice hub request. Parks have always been my favorite as I love nature and I love trees a lot as I have many beautiful memories of my childhood attached with them.

My favorite parks are Hampstead and Greenwich Park. Do you know when the weather is sunny, it is really nice to go to Greenwich Park just to relax! I like this park a lot as many other people do.

Hampstead and Greenwich Parks both are so pretty and lovely.

Oxford House College park in London is also famous.

If you are talking about theme parks that I would like to inform you that there are no theme parks in the central London, but there are some good ones on the outskirts of London.

If you would like to travel a bit further, then you can visit, Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland which are all particularly made for children. You have to travel a bit further out of the city.

I love both Theme parks for having fun with kids and natural parks, what about you?

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    • solarshingles profile image


      10 years ago from london

      JamaGenee, I know very well your feelings, due to wrong shoes and a long walk round London. I'm more than sure, you are going to pick better shoes for a longer walks, next time. There are quite many very secluded, yet beautiful smaller gardens in London, which are also kept as little secrets not to be too much populated by tourists and other visitors.

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      Joanna McKenna 

      10 years ago from Central Oklahoma

      The lesser known Postman's Park gets my vote! btw, solarshingles, one afternoon in what I now know was a fit of sheer stupidity, I "walked the parks" from Kensington Gardens all the way through St. James's. Okay, I did stop for 30 minutes on the Victoria Memorial before heading into St. J's, due to wearing the wrong shoes...a 3-mile trek wasn't on the day's itinerary when dressing that day...and the cool marble felt like heaven to my burning feet!

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      10 years ago from london

      Regent's Park, Hyde Park, St.James Park, Green Park and many more. Thank you for this hub!


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