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Serpentine Waterfall | Hidden Waterfall in London

Updated: Jan 3

A beautiful water feature in the middle of this immense park in the centre of London. Take a moment to enjoy the rippling sounds of the waterfall and the chirping birds.

Image of Serpentine Waterfall in London
Photo taken by @lottie_travels1 via Instagram.

Queen Caroline ordered the construction of the 40-acre recreational lake known as The Serpentine in Hyde Park in 1730.


London's most recognizable "open water" swimming spot is probably the Serpentine Lido. The oldest swimming club in Britain is the Serpentine Swimming Club. In addition to participating in the renowned race on Christmas day, they swim every day between 5:30 and 9:30 am in the Lido area.

A beautiful water feature in the middle of this immense park in the centre of London.... If you haven't seen it before you will be pleasantly at how beautiful. – Google Review

Things to know before visiting Serpentine Waterfall


  • It is free to enter and view this waterfall.

  • This location is dog friendly and wheelchair accessible.


Image of Serpentine Waterfall in London

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