£10 - Young Georgians Come and join an evening walking tour from Portland Place up to Park Crescent and through Park Square Gardens before traversing the Inner and Outer Circles of
£10 – Young Georgians
Come and join an evening walking tour from Portland Place up to Park Crescent and through Park Square Gardens before traversing the Inner and Outer Circles of Regent’s Park. A walk in which you’ll see many of John Nash’s celebrated works in the form of the huge sweeping Regency Terraces that line the park as well as the work of Decimus Burton, including the Burton residence ‘The Holme’. Regent’s Park was originally called ‘The Regent’s Park’ as it was intended to be a pleasure garden proposed by The Prince Regent (the future King George IV) and the stuccoed terraces built in the 1820s represent the high status of the area and its grandeur. Of the private villas that are scattered throughout the park, some have survived, while others have been demolished. There will be plenty to see for those Young Georgians with an interest in the early 1800s and its architecture.
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This event is open to Young Georgians only.
*Please note new start time of 5.30pm*
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(Wednesday) 5:30 pm