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Regent's Park Area Guide

History of Regent's Park

Formerly known as Marylebone Park, the area had been Crown property for many centuries, leased to the Dukes of Portland as a hunting ground. When the lease expired in 1811 the Prince Regent (later King George IV) commissioned architect John Nash to redevelop the area. Nash’s terraces around the park were integrated with other schemes built for the Prince Regent, including Regent Street and Carlton House Terrace. The park was first opened to the general public in 1845.

Queen Mary's Gardens in the Inner Circle were created in the 1930s, bringing that part of the park into use by the general public for the first time. The site had originally been used as a plant nursery and had later been leased to the Royal Botanic Society.

The area boast many luxury flats, is close to Camden, St John’s Wood and Edgware Road

Places of interest

• Regent’s Park • London Zoo • Open Air theatre • Regent’s Park Mosque • Nash’s terraces.

Transport Links Visit Transport for London for more information

Baker StreetCircle, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Metropolitan & Hammersmith and City Lines
Great Portland StreetCircle, Metropolitan & Hammersmith and City Lines
Regents ParkBakerloo Line
MaryleboneCircle, Metropolitan & Hammersmith and City Lines

Marylebone – National Rail

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