A PLACE TO EXPLORE
Regent’s Park offers so much right on your doorstep. It’s perfect for a morning run, a game of tennis at the Tennis Centre, football and rugby or yoga and pilates at The Hub, or a spot of cricket practice in the nets on a warm evening.
Perhaps you prefer a stroll by the formal flowerbeds of St Mary’s Garden, and a bite to eat or a cup of tea at one of the five cafes. For children, there are three playgrounds, the boating lake with all the ducks and geese to feed. Not forgetting, of course, London Zoo, the Open Air Theatre in the summer months and the Frieze Art Fair every October. It’s all here for you to discover and enjoy.
Your neighbours, to your north, south and east, are some of London’s most charming urban villages, all in walking distance.
Famous for street markets and live music. Venues like The Roundhouse, Electric Ballroom, Dingwalls and the Jazz Café make this a must.
The bustling new creative media hub. Urban high-rise living, fountain displays, Granary Square and the Regent’s Canal to lead your way home.
Fitzrovia & Bloomsbury
The British Museum and the British Library, the Wellcome Collection, and the Curzon cinema – arts and culture on call.