St John's Lodge
St John's Lodge is one of 56 villas that were to have been built in 1812 as part of John Nash's original conception of Regents Park, only eight were actually built of which two remain. During World War I the lodge functioned as a hospital for disabled officers and went on to become the HQ of St Dunstan's, providing assistance to blind ex-Service personnel and their families from 1921 to 1937. Later housing the Institute of Archaeology 1937-1958 and is now a private house.
Regents Park: Open from 5am
Telephone: 0207 486 7905
Address: Inner Circle, Regents Park, NW1 4NX
Website: Royal Parks
Regent's Park Station
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