A PROMOTIONAL VIDEO about London’s eight royal parks – which attract more than 77 million visitors a year – park can be seen on YouTube. Shot in 2015/16, the 2-minute, 22-second Park Stories film shows highlights of all of the parks, which cover 5,000 acres and cost approximately £36 million a year to manage.
The film features history and heritage and flora and fauna –Richmond and Bushy Parks are both Special Sites of Scientific Interest – and highlights the protected view of St Paul’s Cathedral from Richmond and the iconic views of the city from Greenwich Park and Primrose Hill … as well as one of London’s most famous streets, The Mall.
The parks are home to an abundance of wildlife deer, ducks, swans, bees, butterflies, and bats.
The video – One City, Eight Parks, Millions of Stories – can be seen at www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-F3yS6UKj0
Those 8 royal parks:
- Bushy Park
- Green Park
- Hyde Park
- Kensington Gardens
- Regents Park & Primrose Hill
- Richmond Park
- St. James's Park
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