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"St James is quite a small park and I think…"
St James is quite a small park and I think lends itself best to small vistors. It is very pretty, stand on the bridge over the lake and look down towards the Savoy Hotel - you'll think you're looking at a fairy tale castle.
I like the way there is a small fence around one side of the lake so DD (19mo) can stand and feed the ducks without me worrying she is going to jump in.
The playground is also good fun for little ones, especially the sandpit.
I would take a picnic or pop up to the cheaper eateries in Victoria rather than buy food in the park as it is v expensive. The stalls are good for an ice cream or coffee though.Read moreLess
"St. James's Park is a Royal Park, considered by many…"
St. James's Park is a Royal Park, considered by many as the most beautiful and romantic of the Capital's central parks.
Duck Island is the home to many wild breeds of beautiful ducks and bird life. There are many ducks; gulls; swans; geese; pelicans. Some rarer visitors are the golden eye, carrion crows, grey wagtail and shovelers.
This is a great day for any child/children,Come to think of it it's great whith whom you visit it with.
Acres of beautiful gardens at the end of the park it is Buckingham Palace.
Has a wondeful childs park with sand.
Small snack shop is quite expensive but ideal for an ice-cream/water!
So enjoyableRead moreLess