Rest & Relax
It’s not just renowned shopping and dining we offer on Oxford Street! All around us are great parks and green oases to rest and relax in whether you’re visiting in the morning, noon or night.
Brown Hart Gardens
A peaceful Grade II listed raised terraced garden located south of Oxford Street, in Mayfair. Built in 1906, the garden comprises lush planters, plenty of seating and a new water feature situated in one of the garden’s original stone seats. Feeling peckish? Visit the café at the western end of the gardens for a bite to eat. A new glazed lift and access staircase also makes the gardens fully inclusive. Opening hours: 8am – 8pmGet directions
A circular garden with clusters of tall trees providing shade and shelter in summer with ornamental garden lawns, shrubs and flower beds. Directly behind John Lewis & Partners, the garden provides a calm oasis from the energy of Oxford Street to shoppers and local workers. Opening hours: 8am – DuskGet directions
Grosvenor Square in Mayfair is the second largest square in London. At 2.5 hectares its sprawling lawns are enjoyed by local residents, office workers and visitors looking for a serene escape in the city. Grosvenor Square has a rich history that can be traced back to 1720s. When created, it was the first of its kind in London, famed for its classically-inspired landscaping. Opening hours: 7.30am – DuskGet directions
One of London’s eight Royal Parks, Hyde Park covers 350 acres and is home to a number of famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers’ Corner and the Diana Memorial Fountain. The park also offers various recreational activities including open water swimming, boating, cycling, tennis and horse riding. Opening hours: 5am – 12amGet directions