I wasn't really sure what to title this blog post, I was trying to be creative. But basically everything in London is so historic and vintage that I thought this was the right name for such a post. So anyway, I was talking a little stroll through one of our beautiful parks and it gave me such inspiration for so many fall and autumnal blog posts.
It also got me thinking that in London we are so blessed with such amazing parks that why not share them with you in case you're every here and like walking in pretty surroundings as much as I do.
Probably the main park that everyone has heard of and also the one with the most tourists. It's absolutely huge and has a large boating pond which is great fun in the summer for hiring pedlos etc.
Crystal Palace Park
I had to give this a mention because I went here all the time as a kid. It's not really one of the main parks but it has a special place for me. It's great for children too so definitely go here if you have little ones as there's lots for them to do.
St James' Park
One of the royal parks and probably the best kept so you can see why. I don't find there's as much to do here but if you just want a nice walk after lunch or dinner it can be pretty romantic and scenic.
My all time favourite park. I went here tonnes as a child too and even learnt to ride my bike here. The Queen has here summer house here and it has a huge hill that when you get to the top you can see all of London.
This park has actual reindeers. ACTUAL REINDEERS. Enough said and great for Christmas time.
You can see more of my what to do in London posts here!
Have you visited any of the parks in London? Which is your favourite?