History of Primrose Hill
During the era of Henry the eighth, Primrose Hill was a part of his chase that later became part of Crown property in 1841, while in 1842, the Royal Parliament issued an act to mark this place as a public property. Narcissus Luttrell wrote in his diary that the Primrose Hill was once known as Greenberry Hill prior to the time when execution of Messers occurred.
There is no entry fee for Primrose Hill and it is totally free for all the visitors.
The area is open for 24 hours a day from Monday to Sunday.
Nearest attractions to Primrose Hill
Primrose Hill is located at a prime location in central London and there are a number of other attractions situated near the Hill. They include:
- Regent’s Park
- Camden Arts Centre
- Freud Museum
- Belsize Park
- The Jewish Museum London
- Lord's Cricket Ground
- London Zoo
61 Chalcot Road, London, Greater London NW1 8LY, United Kingdom.
How to Get There
If you wish to get to Primrose Hill by tube then the nearest tube station is Chalk Form which serves Northern Line and is only 0.6 miles away from the location of the Park. On leaving the station, head south-east towards Adelaide road and take the first right onto Regent’s Park road. Continue to follow Regent’s Park road for 0.4 miles then turn right onto Primrose Hill road and take the first left. Then after 499 feet turn right and after 302 feet, you will be able to locate the park on your left. For complete map and directions, please click here !
You can also reach there by taking bus number 274 to London Zoo bus stop (stop J) which is located steps away from the park.