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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.
Visited early in the morning and had a wonderful time admiring the Italian Garden, Albert Memorial and the Serpentine. The Diana Memorial Fountain was not open yet but the rest of the garden was attractive enough to warrant a visit.
Kensington Gardens is a wonderful green space that is well known for its connection to Princess Diana. She lived in Kensington Palace during her marriage to Prince Charles in 1981 until her untimely death in 1997. Both her sons, Princes William and Harry, spent much...More
I particularly loved strolling through these gardens. Although there are a lot of people using the Gardens, it is a peaceful place and people are very respectful of others.
There are quite a number of paths that crisscross the park, or you can wander around...More
I mean that in the best way! From the parakeets, to the herons, to the swans, to the owls (and so many more), this park was an expected treasure for this fledgling birder. Make your way along the Serpentine from from the Italian Gardens past...More
After we visited Kensington Palace, we strolled through this lovely park to get to Princess Diana's Memorial Fountain in Hyde Park.
The park is frequented by locals and there're lots going on in the park. Today, there were dancing lessons!
Lots of joggers, cyclists and...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!