Great spot to just relax a bit during a visit to the sites here in Westminster and definitely worth the 1-2 extra minutes using this as your route to Buckingham palace.
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About St. James's Park
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My mum lives close by. We often walk and have lunch in the Park. Lot's of tourists walking around, so makes for good noisy people watching... lol Quite a relaxing place for where it is and well maintained. Plenty of toilets within the Park.
Great views of Buckingham Palace from the Blue bridge, lovely lake complete with geese and pelicans, very tranquil spot
Full of some of the largest trees I have ever seen, this park is a gorgeous retreat for nature lovers and those who find themselves overwhelmed by the towering buildings and crowded streets of London.
Purchase some lunch items and come here for a family picnic. Is cheaper than eating out and the "people watching" is very good. It is very relaxing and you will avoid the hustle and bustle of the inner London streets. It will not be difficult...More
We entered the park from Buckingham Palace and what a change of atmosphere. It is a beautifully kept place which instantly gives a feeling of serenity. There are plenty of benches along the lakeside, so take the time to sit and watch the variety of...More
Lovely park that is ideally situated near a number of sights. The cafe is a great stop to rest and refuel at. Still prefer Regent's Park for it's atmosphere and general vibe but this is a pleasant place to visit if you're in the area.
A lovely, well maintained park within easy reach of Buckingham palace and Hyde Park. Wide footpaths control pedestrian traffic with ease.