1. St. James Park
St. James Park is the most beautiful park to walk in central London. It has a bridge and if you walk in the center of it, you can look right through to a museum and London eye (top right corner photo). It is pretty much like a fairy tale view in real life. It also has swans and birth for little ones to feed. If you are lucky enough, you may be able to meet some little squirrel as well.
2. Osterley Park
Osterley Park is located in west London. If you fancy having an English style park walk, you can go there in winter time, bring a dog and some chocolate in a warm keeping container and bread. There will be some bench for you to sit to let you enjoy the food and view. When you feel it is too cold, you can go to a nice Osterley cafe which serves hot soup, meal, cakes and scones.
3. Syon Park
Syon Park is located nine miles from Charing Cross and is one of the largest great house of London. It is very historical and holds a wealth of art in the house. If you fancy looking at some classical interiors with a countryside park and gardens, this will be the perfect place for you and you can join their house tour to have a look. Children (max 2) can also have free admission to the house during Easter Holiday. Don't miss this golden chance!
If you like to have a look at the parks, please feel free to watch these Park visiting videos.
St. James Park Video:
Osterley Park Video:
Syon Park Video:
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