Regent’s Park in London straddles both the City of Westminster and the London Borough of Camden. The attractive park is home to both London Zoo and Regent’s College. The Zoological Society of London is also based here, along with the Open Air Theatre. Regent’s Canal runs through the park, and within the grounds you will find a range of amenities, including a lake, boating facilities and sports areas. Within easy reach of Regent’s Park you will find attractions such as Madame Tussaud’s and the Ambika P3 gallery.
There are a number of businesses and institutions that occupy office space and buildings in Regent’s Park. A number of educational facilities are also located here. These include the British American College London, the European Business School Educational Trust and the Institute of International Education. Other businesses in the area include charity offices, theatre companies, and catering services.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will find varied entertainment located within a few minutes walk from Regent’s Park. The Open Air Theatre is located within the park itself, and other theatres, bars, cinemas, and clubs are just a short distance away. A wide choice of restaurants will make eating out a real pleasure, as you can choose from a diverse array of eateries offering international and traditional British cuisine. You will find upmarket cafes, pubs and full service restaurants close by, so you can enjoy everything from a quick snack or a traditional pub meal to fine international cuisine in an elegant setting.
A very short walk from Regent’s Park will bring you to the Regent’s Park Tube Station, and the tube station at Great Portland Street is also close by. You will be able to access mainline services at Marylebone and Euston railway stations, both of which are only a short distance from Regent Street. There are reliable bus and taxi services available around Regent’s Park, ideal for those who are not planning to drive.