The Garden Guide

Regent's Park

A great nineteenth century London park, designed by John Nash with help from Humphry Repton's son. The park was designed in the Serpentine Style but has since migrated towards the Mixed Style which Repton senior would surely have used. It has a lake, a bandstand and a circular rose garden. The chief glory of the park is the palatial scenery provided by the encircling Nash Terraces.
Nash's plan is Reptonian
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London, Greater London, England, NW1 4NR

All year, Daily, Open dawn to dusk

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