The Regent’s Park

Avenue Gardens Regent s Park AutumnThe Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill are beautiful parks with many hidden treasures to discover and a range of activities for everyone to enjoy.

From smelling a rose in the rose gardens, to spotting the variety of birds and trees, to watching plays at the open air theatre and admiring the famous view of the city from Primrose Hill, it’s no wonder that The Regent’s Park is one of London’s most popular attractions and treasured by locals and visitors alike.

As the charity for the Royal Parks, we exist to enhance, protect and preserve this fantastic Park for future generations.  With your fantastic support, we’re able to reach out to make The Regent’s Park part of more people’s lives by raising funds for a wide variety of projects from wildlife conservation and landscape restoration, to community sport, education and art. Find out how you can support the Royal Parks here.

Did you know there's a population of hedgehogs living in Regent's Park?

The Regent's Park is the only central Royal Park with a resident hedgehog population. Hedgehogs are one of the nation’s favourite species, yet there has been a worrying nationwide decline in hedgehog numbers in the last 25 years and The Regent’s Park is now the only central London Royal Park with a breeding population.  In 2014 we studied the hedgehog population to try and find out more about them and their habitat. This was the first hedgehog survey of its kind and we discovered some really interesting findings, which you can read all about here.