Picnic spots in London

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Picnic spots in London

London is full of perfect picnic spots.

Starting with the Royal Parks. Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Richmond Park, Bushy Park, St James's Park, The Green Park, Regents Park and Primrose Hill, Greenwich Park, Brompton Cemetery, Victoria Tower Gardens.

But not forgetting Hampstead Heath, Battersea Park, Alexandra Park and Palace, Brockwell Park, Clapham Common, Crystal Palace, Dulwich Park, Clissold Park, London Fields, Victoria Park, Hackney Downs, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Hackney Marshes.

Here's an interactive map, highlighting each park.

There are plenty of places to grab a picnic in the city, here are just a few:

Watch the boats go by in St Katherine's Dock

Enjoy the peaceful gardens of Museum of the Home.

Museum of the HOme

London Fields
London Fields in the East. Picnic after a swim in the Lido.

Hyde Park, West End. Go for an open water swim.

Get up in time to catch the dawn at Millennium bridge.
Read about our Dawn Riders here.

dawn riders

Enjoy the space in Paternoster Square.

Paternoster square

Have a seat by the river in Battersea

Grab a bite on a bench by the Royal Albert Hall.

Royal Albert Hall

Relax in Victoria Embankment Gardens

Picnic and play in Victoria Tower Gardens with views of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.


Or just opposite the Parliament Square has a perfect picnic green.

Make sure you're always prepared for that picnic moment. We have three London PACMAT prints:



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