Green Park GREEN PARK is one of the Royal Gardens in London. It looks like only ancient trees, lawns, walkways and seats, squirrels running around and bustling with local residents or tourists, but it's close to Buckingham Palace, and it's impossible to meet Royal members for a walk. There are galleries outside Green Park, and paintings with British and London characteristics hang on the iron fence. There is a pool in the park to commemorate the Canadians'participation in World War I and World War II, as well as the British heroes who died in World War II. Unique design, sloping pool, gurgling water, the bottom of the pool can see maple leaves. In early August and autumn, golden leaves fill the pond. In spring, the leaves will be bright and green. At the end of Green Park is Buckingham Palace, and many of them go to Buckingham Palace to see the changing posts pass through the park.
Green Park is a royal garden in London, England, between Hyde Park and St. James Park. Together with Kensington Gardens and Buckingham Palace gardens, these parks form an almost uninterrupted series of open spaces from Whitehall and Victoria Station to Kensington and Notting Hill. Even if you come here in winter, it's green grass and rows of trees are beautiful.
When it's sunny, you have to come and see Londoners who love sports and have a leisurely lifestyle, near Buckingham Palace.
Green Park is located in Westminster, London, just behind Buckingham Palace. It is a royal garden. The park green space is vast, but the dense trees leave a lot of shade for visitors in summer. The park has a beautiful environment and good air. I envy the free parks in central London. On the green space of the park, there are many reclining chairs on the lease, 1.5 pounds an hour, feel that the owners of these reclining chairs are too profitable.
Located between Hyde Park and St James'Park, Green Park was once the favorite gathering place for London's elite ladies and the preferred place for life-and-death battles between 18th century duels. Nowadays, quiet Green Park is loved by tourists and sunbathers, and the blooming of more than 250,000 yellow daffodils every spring makes people dazzled, bringing a different charm to Green Park. The 50th anniversary of the queen's boarding in 2002 was held here.
Green Park is located between Piccadilly Avenue and the shopping mall. The salute is held on official occasions, namely the Royal birthday. Originally known as Upper St. James Park, a reservoir in the park provides water to the palace. Ancient Royal households used water here.