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Parks & nature in Greater London

Garden
“A must for anyone interested in botanics and horticulture. They put on lots of workshops throughout the year and there's a fantastic Christmas fair too.”
50local recommendations
Bar
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“Converted pub with purple-velvet lounge bar, library-themed dining room and beach bar-style terrace. ”
23local recommendations
Harbour / Marina
“WALK ALONG THE CHELSEA EMBANKMENT On the other side of Albert Bridge, you'll find the Chelsea Embankment, one of the more beautiful roads in the city. Rainy or sunny, it is one of the most enjoyable walks along the River Thames.”
8local recommendations
Park
“18th-century gardens with an extensive lawn area, part of the site for the Chelsea Flower Show.”
5local recommendations
Park
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“A Queen Anne Town House occupied by historian and 'Sage of Chelsea' Thomas Carlyle and his wife Jane from 1834-1881.”
2local recommendations
Park
“A 5-minute walk. Playground for under-14s and a pleasant garden for anybody. There's a tea room in the church.”
2local recommendations
Park
1local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
1local recommendations
College Quad
“The most beautiful place on God's earth. Over one million different plants, trees and shrubs.”
1local recommendations
Park
“The Ivy Lettings team loves walking down this stretch of the river, with Battersea Park on the other side. ”
1local recommendations
Park
“A centerpiece to the neighborhood, Belgrave Square Garden is two hectares of greenery surrounded by gorgeous townhomes, many belonging to the previously-mentioned embassies. The garden was designed by George Basevi and planted by Thomas Cubitt in 1826. It contains statues of famous individuals, pergolas covered in Wisteria, a tennis court, and more. ”
2local recommendations
Harbour / Marina
1local recommendations