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Friday, 15 October
12:00 - 1:30pm
Explore the history of Hyde Park through the decades, including the notorious criminals that met their untimely end at the Tyburn Tree, the inception of Speakers' Corner and the park's instrumental role during WW1.
Experience the magic of Hyde Park as you visit the Serpentine, where Peter Pan had his first adventure in JM Barrie's novel 'Peter Pan' in Kensington Gardens. Finally, finish with an exclusive visit to our Victorian Pet Cemetery, the first public Pet Cemetery in Britain, where over 1,000 pets have been buried.
We offer free spaces for those in need. For more information on eligibility and how to book please call or email Laura Ashfield on 0300 061 2291 or email@example.com.
The Royal Parks charity provides 5,000 acres of urban green respite in the centre of our bustling capital city. If you value your Royal Parks, please consider making a gift. It will make all the difference to their future.