Autumn in London with Frieze Sculpture Park 2016

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I’ve been wanting to visit Regent’s Park for weeks now to capture the Autumn colours and see the Frieze Sculptures. I finally got the chance last week when the sun came out. I’m so glad I made the effort to visit before all the leaves had fallen off the trees. And photo’s look so much better when there’s some blue sky and sun…even if it is cold!

Regents Park Frieze Sculptures 2016

The Frieze Sculpture Park is an outdoor art programme showcasing 19 large-scale sculptures and installations from major artists. It is open until the 8th of January 2017 with free entry to the public. You can also download the dedicated app for your phone if you’d like to hear the audio guide for detailed information on the sculptures. The nearest tube station to enter the park where the sculptures are located is Regent’s Park tube station or Great Portland Street tube station.

I thought I’d share only a few pictures of the sculptures to leave you something to look forward to should you decide to visit the park too 🙂

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Regent’s Park is a really lovely park to visit so if you’re looking for something to do that costs nothing then make a plan to visit while the Frieze Sculptures are there to see too 😉

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33 Comments

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 8:04 AM

      Thanks Miriam 🙂

  1. Lee-Ann
    8th November 2016 / 8:08 AM

    i just love your pictures..

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 9:18 AM

      Thanks my friend! 🙂

  2. 8th November 2016 / 10:20 AM

    I love Regent’s Park, such a wonderful place, especially in Autumn.

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 10:42 AM

      I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to make the effort to visit during Autumn! 🙂

  3. Kate
    8th November 2016 / 11:06 AM

    The sculpture park looks magical – particularly with all the autumn colours.

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 11:17 AM

      It was magical! 🙂

  4. 8th November 2016 / 11:13 AM

    I have never been here, but we’re not that far from London. It looks gorgeous in the autumn 🙂 #citytripping

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 11:18 AM

      Hi Rebecca, I would definitely recommend it. Thanks for popping by 🙂

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 11:23 AM

      Thanks Tanja!

  5. 8th November 2016 / 12:11 PM

    I’m off to London in December so glad I now know about this to add to my list. Thank you.

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 2:54 PM

      Hi there, glad I was able to share something new with you 🙂 Thanks for reading.

  6. 8th November 2016 / 12:33 PM

    My next post is also an Autumn post … one can’t help but write about it can one! It’s just so fascinating. Did not know about the FREE exhibition though, will definitely make a plan to get there!

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 2:42 PM

      Ah nice! I look forward to reading it 🙂 Yes definitely go check it out!

  7. 8th November 2016 / 2:27 PM

    Great photography! The photos are beautiful #GlobalBlogging

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 2:44 PM

      Thanks Lucy! 🙂

  8. 8th November 2016 / 6:52 PM

    I miss autumn living in the Middle East #citytripping

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 6:58 PM

      Hi there, I don’t think I ever really took notice of the effect on nature with the seasons changing before coming to the UK. It is wonderful to see but at the same time I’m sure the weather in the Middle East must be amazing! What is the average temperature there over “Autumn/winter”?

  9. 8th November 2016 / 7:10 PM

    Thanks for taking us to Regents Park. Lovely pics

    • whatudidntknow
      8th November 2016 / 7:36 PM

      Thanks Erika 🙂

    • whatudidntknow
      9th November 2016 / 8:13 PM

      Oh thank you! That’s very kind of you to say Melissa 🙂

  10. 10th November 2016 / 9:07 PM

    Those photos are gorgeous – I love Regent’s Park but I don’t think I’ve realised just how lovely it can look, as I’m usually busily walking through to the zoo or open air theatre. The sculpture is fascinating too, lots to make you think and stop. Thanks for linking up with #citytripping

    • whatudidntknow
      10th November 2016 / 10:04 PM

      Thanks Cathy!

  11. 10th November 2016 / 9:29 PM

    Really beautiful photos! I didn’t know about the sculptures, may have to squeeze a trip in while they are still there. I have been so impressed by all the beautiful colours this autumn. Thanks for linking #citytripping

    • whatudidntknow
      10th November 2016 / 10:03 PM

      Thanks Elizabeth!

  12. Anon
    11th November 2016 / 8:34 AM

    I would love to see the Frieze sculpture park and to see the colours of Fall. Love the space and feeling from your pictures!

  13. 12th November 2016 / 8:17 AM

    What a good diea for an exhibittion! I never made it to any of the permanent sculpture parks in the UK, but it always seemed to me to be such a good idea. Lovely autumn pix too!

    • whatudidntknow
      12th November 2016 / 8:52 AM

      Yes it is a great idea as a way of getting people out to check out stuff and it’s for free. I love these outdoor exhibitions. Thanks for compliment 🙂

  14. 13th November 2016 / 12:41 PM

    Wow, those are gorgeous pictures! What a beautiful place to visit! I love the autumn colors, I think its by far my favorite season! My kids would love running around there! Thank you for sharing with #globalblogging

    • whatudidntknow
      13th November 2016 / 1:54 PM

      Thank you! I think getting into photography has forced me to get out and appreciate things like Autumn colours etc 🙂

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