If you wander towards Regents Park from Camden you may come across a pile of old stones, and on top, a statue of a milkmaid.
Little Chef, a famous chain of basic roadside cafes once had a restaurant in the middle of a Royal Park, about as far from the usual roadside cafes you could expect.
For the first time ever, performances at Regent’s Park’s Open Air Theatre will be relayed live to up to 5,000 additional ticketholders via a giant screen on the outside lawn.
Although Regents Park is today a large open space surrounded by grand housing, it very nearly didn’t even exist.
Look to the skies, if you’re in the right place, as eight helicopters are expected to fly in formation over central London at lunchtime.
A long-lost Ice House has been uncovered during building works under the Regent’s Crescent in Marylebone.
Buried underneath part of the Regent’s Park lies one of London rail heritage’s stranger stories, an entire railway terminus that once rivaled Euston station, but now is empty, abandoned, and largely forgotten.
For the next few weeks, we mere mortals are being permitted to enter the hallowed halls of medical heritage as the Royal College of Ophthalmologists holds its first ever open days. More accurately, open hours – as the museum is…