Location & getting there
Green Park is a joint name for an underground station and a park in Central London, as well as the immediate area surrounding both. It is neighboured by Piccadilly Circus to the East, Hyde Park Corner to the West, Mayfair to the North and St James’s Park to the south. Green Park underground station is in fare zone 1 and it is served by Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines. The Green Park area is mostly commercial, with many shops and a few big hotels that are popular with tourists. However, it turns increasingly residential if you walk north. There it joins Mayfair, which is one of the most desirable residential areas in London. The Green Park area is safe to traverse day or night, and many of London’s finest landmarks are within a short walking distance.
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Things to do near Green Park
Relax and unwind
Looking at green colour is said to be relaxing, and Green Park has plenty of that (unless you’re visiting out of season, in which case it’s beautiful in a different way). Originally, it was an unloved space outside the city, but gradually it joined other Royal Parks as a worthy member. It’s not a site of complicated buildings or grand events, but rather a refuge from the intense traffic and noise of the nearby streets. While it has little to see other than a few war memorials, daffodils and birds make for a cheery walk, and for a small fee you can rent a deckchair and soak up the sun. Finally, if you feel like having a long walk, Green Park connects to St James’s Park, where you can visit the famous pelicans or have a look at the Buckingham Palace.
Visit an iconic arts venue
If you find yourself in Green Park and art is what you’re after, the Royal Academy of Arts will deliver. They have a lot of pieces by big names like Hockney and Turner, but the real joy comes from discovering new future greats. The Academy’s Summer Exhibition is an opportunity to do just that, although you can find something of interest all the year round. Painting and sculpture both are represented. If you tire of all that beauty around you, you can have a cup of tea in the courtyard or visit one of the bars. The security can be a bit strict in enforcing the house rules, but the rules themselves are pretty common-sensical (no flash photography, selfie sticks and phone calls in the gallery space).
Find a quiet spot for lunch
Green Park might seem like a very busy area, but there are quiet places to get away to if you only know where to go. Shepherd Market is one of them. Located close to the station, it’s a hidden square and piazza (along with some side streets) that doesn’t get the heavy footfall of Piccadilly. London’t most fashionable district in the 1920s, it’s a good spot for a lunch or dinner. Besides restaurants and cafes, it’s home to an array of charming little shops and a few art galleries. Caffe In, though a bit cramped, does good breakfasts. You can expect standard breakfast/brunch offerings, but they are well cooked and appealingly presented. For entertainment, you’ll find one of Curzon Cinemas around the corner (on…yes, Curzon street). It’s much less busy than the movie theatres of Leicester Square. Finally, Shepherd Market is a lovely place for a simple stroll. Once you have recouped your energy, you will be ready to hit Piccadilly again.