Starting at Chalk Farm Station this two hour walk gives you an opportunity to see a calmer side of London.
We walk through the idyllic village of Primrose Hill then up the hill to see a panoramic view of London before making our way into Regent’s park to explore flora and fauna before finishing the tour off in Baker Street.
In the park we will explore Queen Mary’s rose garden and see the lake and the many different species of waterfowl.
This is an ideal to begin a relaxed day.
From here you can continue your journey by visiting Madame Tussaud’s, The Sherlock Holmes Museum, or easily connecting to the rest of the city via public transport.
Pay What You Can
15 minutes prior to the starting time
Found this Sunday walk by chance on Facebook and it proved to be most enjoyable. The young guide Vincent was very knowledgeable and fun too, he pointed out lots of interesting sites along the way and didn’t rush anyone. We shall return to Regents Park next year in the spring to see it in a different light. Thank you Vincent for an entertaining walk on a blustery autumn day.
My fiancee and I were in London and looking for something to do when I heard about a walking tour in Regents Park. I decided to surprise her with the idea and I’m so glad I did because we were treated to a really exceptional tour of primrose hill, avenue gardens, queen mary’s gardens and other hidden gems which you will discover. The tour was the perfect length of time and we enjoyed being with the group and discovering something new about London. There was something for everyone such as history, nature, romance etc and Vincent was a very charismatic guy and full of knowledge. I grew up in London and left when I was 24 but we visited places I have never seen before and neither had my partner who enjoyed the romantic gesture of the tour. I would highly recommend Vincent and this tour and look forward to taking my other half on another tour when we are next in London.
my friend and I went for the Regent park tour. it was totally amazing. Vincent is very cooperative, knows much about the history of the park, well organised and had sense of humour.
we enjoyed the beauty of Regent park although it was a bit cold.
definitely recommend and sure will go with them more tours. thank you Wonders of London.