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Separated from Hyde Park by the Serpentine, a lake used by boaters and swimmers, this park is calmer and more peaceful than its neighbor, and features many attractions including a statue of Peter Pan, Albert Memorial and the Serpentine Art Gallery.
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A beautiful garden in the middle of London - who would have thought - you will find families on walks, dogs happily running around, beautifully manicured parklands and of course Kensington Palace within the garden grounds- a lovely morning we had.
Went here for a Royal Parks Guided Walk. The gardens itself was beautiful with lots to look at. The walk was great too - it was telling the story about how Victoria & Albert introduced the modern day Christmas traditions. Only downside if the walk...More
Kensington Gardens is the most formal and well landscaped of the 4 parks in west central london which are essentially connected (except for crossing a street). Hyde Park and Green park are great for just resting, picnicing or sunbathing, lots of open spoace and green....More
One of my two favourite places in London.
Kensington gardens are a perfect place for a stroll, a cup of tea by the lake or sitting on a bench reading a book. There are a lot of statues around the park the most important one...More
Aside from the tree colour there are some highlights not to miss. We headed for the Albert Memorial, the Peter Pan fountain, the Round Pond and of course Kensington Palace. The sunken garden at Kensington Palace is neat and tidy but not very colourful. The...More
It’s nice palace with vast green garden with lots of birds . Also u can do a lot of activities in d garden . The birds in d pond are very nice . The palace with artifacts of kings n queens are very well preserved...More
The Diana Exhibition is on thru the end of the year. But many dates are already sold out. Check with the Kensington Palace website to purchse tickets as soon as possible in advance. There also seem to be some last minute... More
The Diana Exhibition is on thru the end of the year. But many dates are already sold out. Check with the Kensington Palace website to purchse tickets as soon as possible in advance. There also seem to be some last minute tickets released each day if you are willing to take a chance & line up for them. Good luck - looks like a splendid show & well worth the price. The Palace itself is magnificent & you won’t want to miss it esp in Royal Wedding season!