Art Travelling in London: Regent’s Park

I must say I have been stretching the definition of ‘art’ since this Corona lockdown, but this is all the better I think. I just found my photos from visits to Regent’s Park. This is a stupendous place, one of the Royal parks in London, 395 acres of gardens originally planted by John Nash, open parkland, wooded areas, London Zoo and a beautiful lake.

The rose garden is London’s largest collection of roses with approximately 12,000 roses.

The ornamental gardens are genuinely works of art. Look for the large Griffin or Lion Tazza, often called the Lion Vase.

In autumn the park plays host to the Frieze art Fair. Cancelled this year, the park nevertheless still hosted the Frieze Sculpture park which attracted a lot of visitors.

the Art Traveller