Queen Mary’s Gardens

Date: Monday 1 July 2024

NB: To see the best display of roses, visit Queen Mary’s Rose Garden during the first two weeks of June.  Queen Mary’s Rose Garden contains London’s largest collection of roses – there are approximately 12,000 roses growing in these gardens! There are 85 single variety flower beds, including one flower bed dedicated to the ‘Royal Parks’ rose.  Visitors can enjoy seeing examples of most rose varieties, from classic roses to new English roses in Queen Mary’s Gardens.  Benches are available for visitors to sit down and relax, and enjoy the roses.

The Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill area are highly accessible by public transport.  There are also car parking facilities available but it is recommend that visitors avoid coming by car as there are limited places.  If you are using a mobile device, the postcode for the park is NW1 4NR, but note this is for guidance only as the park covers a large area.

The Tube stations closest to Regent’s Park are: Regent’s Park (Bakerloo line), Great Portland Street (Hammersmith & City, Circle & Metropolitan lines), Baker Street (Hammersmith & City, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan & Bakerloo lines), St John’s Wood (Jubilee line), Camden Town (Northern line).  Buses that stop around the park are: 2 Marylebone Station – Norwood Bus Garage, 13 Aldwych – Golders Green, 18 Euston – Sudbury, 27 Chalk Farm / Morrisons – Glenthorne House, 30 Portman Street / Selfridges – Hackney Wick / Trowbridge Road, 74 Baker St Station – Putney Exchange, 88 Wingate Square – Parliament Hill Fields, 113 John Prince’s Street / Oxford Circus – Edgware Station, 139 Waterloo Station / Tenison Way – Golders Green Station, 189 Marble Arch Station – Brent Cross Shopping Centre, 274 Angel Islington – Lancaster Gate, 453 Great Central Street – Deptford Bridge.  For more information, please click here.

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