Park is often described as the greatest of the London's parks with its perfect
combination of architecture, landscape and surrounding urban fabric.
166 hectares, the park was designed in 1811 by architect John Nash.
a royal hunting ground and farmland, it became an urban park when the Prince Regent
commissioned John Nash to come up with a grand design.
The Prince wanted
a grand vista and a processional way from his home, Carlton House, to a regal
The vision was to create a park resembling a country estate with grand
houses on its outer edges, villas in the centre and park villages nearby.
the park is as popular as ever with a new generation of Londoners.