Updated: Jul 30, 2021
The royal park, named after Prince Regent, who later became King George IV, has extensive and beautiful open spaces with sports facilities, children's playgrounds, and lovely gardens. The park is rich with wildlife and hosts more than 1400 recorded species, including 400 plant species, 26 species of butterfly, 72 species of spider, 211 species of bird, and many more. Even hedgehogs can be found here.
You can travel the roses garden or hire a boat and sail on the lake, next to the ducks.
Unfortunately, I visited London in January – with no bloom available. So, although it is beautiful in the winter, I must see it again in the spring.
Admission is free.