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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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The gardens at Kensington Palace are a must! Even though there were many visitors on the day we visited, there was a calming serenity about the gardens. I see why Princess Diana loved it so. I would definitely recommend you visit!
This stunning spot makes you forget about all the hustle and bustle of London. It has a more formal and elegant feel compared to Hyde Park but you still feel so close to nature. Explore different entrances with their own uniqueness
One of the most beautiful parks in the world. Incredibly large with numerous entry points. Lots of walkways, paths, cafes, restaurants and things to look at. You can visit Kensington Palace, watch others sailing boats in the park, power walk, take a picnic and lay...More
This is a large and peaceful park and feels well away from the traffic and concrete of London. Unfortunately the art gallery is currently closed, but we did visit the smaller gallery over the bridge in Hyde Park. Lovely walking by the Serpentine lake and...More
Kensington Palace, where Prince Henry and Meghan reside, is a bit away from the Royal Albert Hall, on the other side of the street. The gardens are spectacular, and alive, in the middle of a very busy city, they give people the opportunity of quiet...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!