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Myddelton House Gardens

A heritage left behind by noted botanist Edward Augustus Bowles who lived at Myddelton House from 1865 to 1954, the Myddelton House Gardens is spread across 2.4 hectares (six acres). The restoration of the certain areas of the garden has brought to life some of the major features that had, in the past, distinguished the garden from the rest. On the grounds you'll find the Stone Garden, the New River canal which dates back to the 17th Century, the Alpine Meadow which is a visual splendor of colorful flowers during spring and summer as well as The Rock Garden. For a budding botanist, the garden is a haven as it presents a display of exotic plants and shrubs, some of which were planted by Mr. Bowles. Walk in for an exciting detour from your regular travel in this part of the country.

Paradise Wildlife Park

One of the best locations for a day outing with the family, Paradise Wildlife Park is among the first interactive wildlife parks of its kind in the United Kingdom. Home to more than 400 animals, what sets this park apart from the regular zoos and sanctuaries is that it provides an opportunity for interaction with animals of all kinds, which includes feeding the wild ones and penguins. Not only this, the wildlife park, which came about during the 1960s, also comprises of an indoor play area for kids as well as outdoor attractions like Safari Adventure Golf, Fantasyland and an amusement park for one and all. Entertaining daily shows like the Animal Olympics Show, Weird and Wonderful Show and Creepy Creatures Show are some of the other attractions that are favorite among kids. Operated by the Sampson Family, the Paradise Wildlife Park is open to visitors throughout the year.

Lord's Cricket Ground (MCC)

Lord's Cricket Ground is the home ground of quite a few teams, prominent among them being the MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club). The MCC is actually the governing body of the game of cricket. All the big finals are played here, as well as some more off-the-wall games. The best way to see Lord's (and to start learning how cricket is played if you're not familiar with it) is to take a tour of the grounds. This lasts for around an hour and a half, and includes such highlights as the new media center, the museum and the Lord's pub, where many cricket players have enjoyed a pint after a game. Lord's Cricket Ground was also chosen to host the London 2012 Olympic Games Archery competitions.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

The Globe Theatre is universally known as the place where the great plays of Shakespeare came alive. Today, Shakespeare’s Globe, located on the banks of the River Thames is a reproduction of the original Globe, which burned down in 1613 after a cannon shot set fire to its roof. The theater was built near the site of the original using nearly identical methods and materials, and is believed by historians and architects alike to be very realistic. Since it opened in 1997, The New Globe has been a popular and iconic addition to London theater, and has turned from hosting only open-air summer productions into a vibrant center of Shakespearean drama, education, exhibitions, and tours. The ‘groundling’ tradition is still alive at the Globe, whereby visitors can watch world-class theater from the yard for a low price.

Emirates Stadium

Opened in July 2006, Emirates Stadium became the home of the Arsenal Football Club, who had previously resided in the Highbury Stadium. Also called Ashburton Grove, the original intended title for the project, the stadium gets its name from Emirates Airlines, who helped support the project. With a capacity of roughly 60,000, this stadium is one of the biggest of its kind in United Kingdom.

Regent's Park

Regent's Park offers a variety of facilities and amenities for the public to enjoy, including outdoor ping pong tables, a bandstand, an open air theater, elegant gardens and tennis courts. London Zoo is just next-door. A short walk away is Primrose Hill, a neighborhood that's popular with young and trendy families, actors, artists and other media folk. It is particularly steep and offers a superb panorama of the London skyline. Queen Mary's Gardens is located within the park, and St. John's Wood Church Gardens is also nearby, offering an additional tranquil retreat off of Wellington Road.

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