Free entry venues in London

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Kensington Gardens

For over 100 years, the gardens were part of Hyde Park, Henry VIII's huge deer chase. But in 1689, the new King and Queen, William and Mary, took the first step to creating a separate park. They bought Nottingham House, on the western edge of Hyde Park, renamed it Kensington Palace and made it their main home in London. Queen Mary began to create a palace garden of formal flower beds and box hedge...

St James's Park

St James's Park is at the heart of ceremonial London. It is the setting for spectacular pageants, like Trooping the Colour, and is surrounded by some of the country's most famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, St James's Palace and Westminster....

Richmond Park

Richmond Park has changed little over the centuries and, although it is surrounded by human habitation, the varied landscape of hills, woodland gardens and grasslands set among ancient trees abounds in wildlife....

Greenwich Park

Covering 74 hectares (183 acres), Greenwich is the oldest enclosed Royal Park and home to a small herd of Fallow and Red deer. Situated on top of a hill, visitors enjoy sweeping views across the River Thames to St Paul's Cathedral and beyond....

Hyde Park

When King Henry VIII and his court were thundering across Hyde Park in 1536 in pursuit of deer and wild boar, it would have been difficult to visualise that years later the noble art of tai chi would be peacefully performed among the trees in the early morning, and the Italianate tenor of Pavarotti would echo across the park, applauded by vast audiences....

Bushy Park

Lying north of Hampton Court Palace, the history of the park is inextricably linked to the palace, yet it has always had its own distinct rural character. The famous Diana Fountain forms the centrepiece to the equally famous Chestnut Avenue....

Green Park

Although situated so close to St James's Park, The Green Park is quite different in character. It is more peaceful with mature trees and grassland and is surrounded by Constitution Hill, Piccadilly and the Broad Walk....

The Regent's Park

The Regent's Park is the largest grass area for sports in Central London and offers a wide variety of activities, as well as an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo and many cafes and restaurants....

The Camden Head (Angel)

The Camden Head sits in the heart of Islington, tucked away on the cobbled Camden Passage. It couldn't be more perfectly placed - It is just off the bustling heart Angel, across from the N1 Centre, in the heart of the Historic Antique Market - and only a stones throw away from the tranquil Regents Canal towpath. It's the perfect pub for summer or winter, with it's stunning, original, wooden ...

The Bill Murray

We’re also just around the corner at our very own new venue, the Bill Murray. Here we run a more eclectic programme, as well as digging deeper into our comedy ambitions. The Bill Murray is a base for comedy courses and community projects, and a place for comedians to work, rehearse and hang out. It’s also a lovely pub....