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Excellent location. Very easy to find in Google maps. Park next to the church to drop luggage. They were very flexible with our reservation timing as we were late. They responded promptly to our message through the nannybag website. Overall great peace of mind knowing luggage was stored safely.
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Easy to book. Easy to hand in luggage. Easy to collect luggage. Very convenient.
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In London
Simple booking process, bag drop and collection efficient and smooth. Location was directly opposite Lille bus station and open 24hrs. Perfect!

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Hyde Park Luggage Storage Guide 2024

If you're looking to escape the buzzing sounds of London, Hyde Park is the place to be. This beautiful park is home to many important monuments, such as the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, the Holocaust Memorial, Achilles or the Wellington Monument, and many more. As an avid traveler, you've always chosen to travel lightly by storing your bag in a locker. Now with the numerous luggage options available around Hyde Park and the city of London, you can't make up your mind. Well, the best luggage storage service in town (in the world) is Nannybag! You can store your luggage safely for only £6 per item for a few hours or several days. And no fear, if there is a change of plan, cancelation is free until the beginning of your booking. So what are you waiting for? Book luggage storage with Nannybag now and start traveling comfortably!

How do I store luggage near Hyde Park with Nannybag?

Storing luggage with Nannybag is easy and only takes a few seconds: you can book from the website or use the Nannybag App, available on the App Store and Google Play. Enter your location in the search bar, and you’ll have many options to store your luggage near you safely. You’ll quickly find luggage storage points in various key Hyde Park locations. There are different ways to refer to luggage storage depending on the place you’re in. However, they’re all referring to the same luggage storage service. In the UK, for instance, you’ll find mentions of left luggage instead of luggage lockers. If so, no worries; it only means you’ll find a storage spot for your belongings.?

Is Nannybag luggage storage safe?

To guarantee a worry-free experience, Nannybag protects travelers’ luggage up to €10,000 against any incidents (loss, theft, or breakage) that may occur during the service. Moreover, our Nannies are certified and carefully selected by our company to guarantee their professionalism and hospitality. Customers can also consult the online ratings for Nannybag and comments given to each Nanny by other travelers.

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Things to know about Hyde Park

When is Hyde Park open?

London's Hyde Park is open every day of the year from 5:00 AM to 12:00 AM.

How do I get to Hyde Park (public transportation)?

The tube stations located near Hyde Park are:

By Tube

  • Lancaster Gate (Central Line)
  • Marble Arch (Central Line)
  • Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly Line)
  • Knightsbridge (Piccadilly Line)

By Bus

  • North: C2, 6, 7, 10, 16, 19, 23, 36, 52, 73, 82, 98, 113, 274, 390, 414
  • South: 2, 36, 137, 148, 159, 436
  • West: 9,10, 14, 19, 22, 52, 74, 94, 148, 414
  • East: 8, 15, 23, 30, 38, 274

Is there an entrance fee for Hyde Park?

There is no entrance fee for visitors visiting Hyde Park.

What are the main attractions in Hyde Park?

Here are the main attractions in Hyde Park:

  • Diana Memorial Fountain
  • The Rose Garden
  • Hyde Park Winter Wonderland Ice Rink
  • Parade Ground
  • Serpentine Stephen Waterfall
  • Speakers’ Corner
  • Apsley House and the Apsley Gate
  • The Wellington Arch
  • Holocaust Memorial
  • Statue of Achilles
  • Reformers Tree

Are there places to picnic in Hyde Park?

Plenty of fantastic picnic spots (Rose Garden, Serpentine Boathouse, Speaker's Corner, and others) are scattered in London's Hyde Park.

Are there any children's facilities in Hyde Park?

You'll find facilities for children in Hyde Park, such as:

  • The playground and sandbox are located on the corner of Glendower Street and William Street;
  • the Liberty Swing, on the corner of Glendower Street and Throssell Street;
  • the Hyde Park Water Playground, on the corner of Vincent Street and Throssel Street;
  • Two public toilets on the corner of Throssel Street and William Street;
  • An accessible playground on the corner of Glendower Street and Throssell Street.

Are there any live events in Hyde Park?

You'll find various live events (Hidden Stories of Hyde Park, February Discovery Days: Brilliant Birds, American Express Presents BST Hyde Park, 2023 Swim Serpentine) organized in Hyde Park. For more information, you can check out the official website of The Royal Park.

Are there bike rental facilities in Hyde Park?

Visitors can use Santander Cycle, which will cost you £1.65 for 30 minutes. You'll find docking stations in locations like Hyde Park Corner and Serpentine Car Parks.

We suggest you download the Santander Cycles app on your smartphone. The app will provide you with the docking stations' locations and the number of bikes available at each location.

Learn more about Hyde Park

Located in Central London, the beautiful Hyde Park is one of the spots that you should not miss while visiting London. Being registered as a Grade-1 listed park in Westminster, Hyde Park has many stories to tell! But before we go on a tour of the park's fascinating history, you might be wondering what Grade-1 listed park means. Well, it indicates that Hyde Park is considered to be a landmark. Understandably so: it is central London's largest park, with a surface of 350 acres (140 hectares) stretching from Kensington to Buckingham Palace!

In its early days, the park got its name from the Manor of Hyde, with Hyde (La Hyde, "the hide of land") meaning the areas considered to be enough to support a whole family. Later in the Middle Ages, the park was owned by the monks of Westminster Abbey. Throughout time, the monks used the land to grow trees and vegetables in addition to a place of worship. In those days, one could witness wildlife (deer, board, and wild bulls) running around the ground in Hyde Park. This all changed in 1536 when King Henry VII put his plan to dissolve the monasteries into action. Hyde Park was then seized from the monks of Westminster Abbey, forcing them to seek protection elsewhere. King Henry VII turned the land into a hunting ground to satisfy his passion for hunting. And from time to time, his Majesty organized royal hunts as part of entertainment for ambassadors. When James I came to the throne later, the hunting tradition stopped, and His Majesty hired a ranger to help patrol the area. As for the nobles, they were only provided with limited access. The park was finally opened to the public in 1637 when Charles I came into power. During his time, he also created the Ring (north of the present Serpentine boathouses) for members of the royal to be able to bring their carriages.

When the Great Plague attacked the city in 1665, many Londoners sought refuge in Hyde Park, hoping not to catch the deadly disease. And by the end of the 17th century, William III moved his residence to Kensington Palace, the farther side of Hyde Park. He also installed oil lamps around the area, making it the first road in the country to be lit at night.

Since its opening to the public, many major events have taken place in Hyde Park, which remains to this day London’s most popular park, with around 13 million travelers visiting the park every year.

For further information about Hyde park, visit: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/hyde-park

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