London Picnic Locations
London Picnic Parks & Locations
Having a picnic is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon as you can pack some yummy cheeses, crackers, fruit, wine and of course sweets and head out to the local patch of grass with some friends to spend the day soaking up a bit of sunshine and enjoying good food and good company.
Here’s our top 15 London picnic locations:
- Hyde Park
Serpentine Road, London, Greater London
- Primrose Hill
Primrose Hill Road, London, Greater London
Romney Road, London, Greater London
E Heath Road, London, Greater London
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Kew Road, Kew, Greater London
Piccadilly (Constitution Hill), London, Greater London
Grove Road, Bow, Greater London
St James’s Park
The Mall, London, Greater London
Albert Bridge Road, Battersea, Greater London
Chester Road, London, Greater London
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Regent’s Park, London, Greater London
Highbury Pl. (Highbury Cr.), London, Greater London
Martello St, Hackney, Greater London
Morden Hall Park
Morden Hall Road, London, Greater London
Ilchester Pl, London, Greater London
However, if you live in London, you may think that having a picnic may be out for the question for you and your friends this weekend, but don’t worry. Not only are there plenty of great picnic spots in and around London, we also have the perfect way to get you there.
When you are planning your picnic this weekend, make sure you hire a coach as your transport. If you live in or around London you may not have your own car as you and your friends all simply walk to each others houses or catch the train to work.
However, when you are planning a family picnic, even if you are simply headed to the park on the other side of town, you will want to make sure your picnic supplies arrive safely. You also don’t want to have to lug all of your picnic baskets, rugs and chairs across London either which is another reason why hiring a coach to take you to your new picnic spot is a great idea.
Your coach will be able to fit in all of your picnic supplies, with plenty of room for all of your friends too. Your chauffeur will also be able to come straight back and pick you up when it time to go home so that those of you who ate (or drank) a bit too much don have to stagger across town.
Not too far from the centre of London you will find Richmond Park which is a 2,500 acre park which is not only home to red and fallow deer, but also to beetles, butterflies, birds and mammals. Richmond Park dates back to the reign of Edward I in 1272 but only became known by that name during the time of Henry VII. Then it was Charles I who created a hunting ground within the park in 1637 by enclosing it in a wall eight miles long.
So for a relaxing and historical picnic this weekend, right here in the heart of London, make sure you contact Coach Broker for the perfect picnic transport.