Despite it’s proximity to central London Regent’s Park makes for a good stargazing spot away from the worst of the city lights. Light pollution of course spoils the view however the open space affords views of the brighter stars, planets, moon and even some galaxies and nebulae. As such this location is used for public stargazing sessions organised by the Baker Street Irregular Astronomers. Stargazing from central London!? Who’d have thought it?
Location event organiser
Baker Street Irregular Astronomers organises stargazing events at this location.
Recommended stargazing site
This location has been recommended as a great place to stargaze by the local authority, parks provider or property owner. May require payment for access or parking.
Location light pollution
Stargazing events at this location
There are no known forthcoming events at this location. Previously there have been 41 events with the last one being on 2nd March 2020 organised by Baker Street Irregular Astronomers.