The Royal Parks

The Royal Parks Limited is a UK charity organisation that manages London’s eight royal parks and other areas of significant greenery in the capital city. The Royal Parks are originally owned by the Royal Family and monarchy of England and make up some of the most famous and best-loved parks in London. Making up 5,000 acres of gorgeous green space across the city, the eight Royal Parks include Hyde Park in central London, its enclosed Kensington Gardens, Bushy Park near Hampton Court Palace, St James’s Park featuring the world-famous Mall, The Green Park - a hit with commuters, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill with stunning views of the capital, Greenwich Park in South East London, the newly-restored Brompton Cemetery, Victoria Tower Gardens at the heart of Westminster, and of course Richmond Park - the biggest park in London. Four of the expansive parks also make up the Royal Parks Half Marathon route, which has been taking place in October each year since 2008 and ends in the iconic Hyde Park, attracting over 16,000 participants.

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