Take part in an interesting walking tour with the Hidden Stories of Hyde Park. Explore the history that has made the park what it is today, visiting areas
Take part in an interesting walking tour with the Hidden Stories of Hyde Park. Explore the history that has made the park what it is today, visiting areas both well known and rarely open to the public. Feeling brave? Visit the country’s first public Pet Cemetery, housing over 1,000 animals.
When: 17 June
Where: Hyde Park
Ticket price: £12
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Explore the Hidden Stories of Hyde Park through the decades; the notorious criminals that met their untimely end at the Tyburn Tree, the inception of Speakers’ Corner and the park’s instrumental role during WW1.
Experience the magic of the park as you visit the Serpentine, where Peter Pan had his first adventure in JM Barrie’s novel “”Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens””. Finally, finish with an exclusive visit to the Victorian Pet Cemetery, the first public Pet Cemetery in Britain, where over 1,000 pets have been buried.
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All Day (Friday)