Hyde Park is located in between the roads Knightsbridge Park Lane and Bayswater road. Henry VIII created it in the year 1536 purpose being at that time was hunting. It is famous for its Speaker’s corner which has an image of a mass protesting spot. The entrance gate of the park is known as the Queen Elizabeth gate. It comprises a memorial in remembrance of 7 July 2005 bombing victims. Hyde Park is also famous for the live performances and concerts by different groups.
What is the closest London Tube Station to Hyde Park?
Hyde Park has many tube stations on its boundaries in all the directions. Visitors using London Tube can come from five underground tube stations. The nearest stations are Hyde Park corner and Knightsbridge, located on the Piccadilly Line in south direction. Queensway, Lancaster Gate and Marble Arch are situated on the Central line in the north. Visitors can reach the center of park from these five stations just in 2 minutes.
All these stations are in Travel card Zone 1. Hyde Park corner and Knightsbridge lie in between South Kensington and Green Park.
London Metro Station(s) near Hyde Park- > Hyde Park corner, Knightsbridge, Queensway, Lancaster Gate and Marble Arch
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