Helping conserve and enhance Regent's Park & Primrose Hill for future generations

Photos on this page are © Wei Huang, Michael Sheehan, Suzy Flood, Eugene Regis, Carsten Madsen, LanaG, Edward Kellow, Mark Elliott and Mike Baker

Welcome to The Friends of Regent's Park & Primrose Hill

The organisation for people who use and care about the Park

Why I like being a friend

The Royal Parks has a database of the location and type of all 170,000 trees in its 8 parks
There are 170,000 trees in the Royal Parks and about 6,000 in Regent’s Park & Primrose Hill
There are 30,000 roses in the Park of 400 varieties
London Zoo, opened in 1828 and was the first ever scientific zoo in the world
There are 48 types of ducks that call Regent's Park their home
The Hub in Regent's Park is the busiest outdoor sports centre in the UK

Did you know?

The Royal Parks has a database of the location and type of all 170,000 trees in its 8 parks
There are 170,000 trees in the Royal Parks and about 6,000 in Regent’s Park & Primrose Hill
There are 30,000 roses in the Park of 400 varieties
London Zoo, opened in 1828 and was the first ever scientific zoo in the world
There are 48 types of ducks that call Regent's Park their home
The Hub in Regent's Park is the busiest outdoor sports centre in the UK

A family-friendly park

The Royal Parks has a database of the location and type of all 170,000 trees in its 8 parks
There are 170,000 trees in the Royal Parks and about 6,000 in Regent’s Park & Primrose Hill
There are 30,000 roses in the Park of 400 varieties
London Zoo, opened in 1828 and was the first ever scientific zoo in the world
There are 48 types of ducks that call Regent's Park their home
The Hub in Regent's Park is the busiest outdoor sports centre in the UK

Become a member

The organisation for people who use and care about the Park

The Friends bring together people who care about the park

Together we can help create a park that everyone can enjoy to the full

The Friends get your voice heard on matters you care about

For more information on the eight Royal Parks, please visit their website at www.royalparks.org.uk