Wellington Arch London, also known as Constitution Arch was originally conceived as the gateway to Buckingham Palace but ended up being erected at Hyde Park Corner. You can visit the Wellington Rooms and their great advantage point to see the surrounding area and the Horse Guards pass through the arch every day.
Hyde Park covers an area of 625 acres, split into two pieces – Hyde Park forms the eastern half (350 acres). Anything west of the Serpentine is known as Kensington Gardens (275 acres). The park was the site of the Great Exhibition in 1851, and is also known for Speakers Corner. During the time of the Suffragetes, protests were held in the park
Hyde Park, London - what's not to love?! London is a great city to visit. I explored Hyde Park for the first time a couple of years ago with my best bud. Not sure why it took me so long to enjoy the parks that London has to offer.