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St James's Park

Three royal palaces surround St James’s Park. The oldest is Westminster Palace, today better known as the Houses Of Parliament. St James’s Palace with its Tudor style has the title Court of St James, despite the fact that the prince is the third palace, Buckingham Palace since 1837.

The park is inhabited by many animals, including pelicans, different types of ducks and extremely cheeky squirrels.

Opening Hours

Daily from 5 am to midnight.

How to get there

St James’s Park, Charing Cross Station, Westminster, Green Park, Victoria
Westminster Station Bridge Street (Stop H): 148
Storey’s Gate, Waterloo Place
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