History of the Royal Green Park
The place of the park was once a burial ground for lepers that came from the St James’s hospital then later in the 16th century, the place was enclosed by Henry the eighth. In 1868 the Sandpit Fields were surrendered to Charles II and he later converted this land into Royal Park. In the era of the 18th and 19th centuries, the park was used for ballooning and fireworks.
Nearest Attractions to the Park
There are several other beautiful attractions that are located near the location of the Royal Green Park including:
Buckingham Palace, Spencer House, Apsley House, Ripley's Believe It Or Not!, Wellington Arch, St James's Palace, The Royal Academy of Arts & The Guards Museum
Tickets and Entry Requirements
The park does not have any entry fee associated with it.
The Park stays open from 06:00 to 20:00, 7 days a week for the whole year .
If anyone is wishing to contact the park's administration, they can call at the below given number.
Contact: +44 300 061 2350
The Royal Green Park The Storeyard, Horse Guards Road, London SW1A 2BJ, United Kingdom.
How to Get There
You can get to the Royal Green Park by taking Jubilee, Piccadilly or Victoria line towards the Green park tube station that is located outside the park. From the station head southwest on Piccadilly/A4 towards Stratton St and after covering a distance of 0.1 miles, take a left and then take a right and then another left and you will be inside the premises of the Green park. Maps and Directions
The Green Park, Green Park (SW-bound) bus stop is also located in front of the park.