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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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We wanted to take a nice walk near our Paddington Station hotel and Kensington Gardens was like a dream come true. I could not believe how fragrant the flowers were. A man was covered in birds he'd brought to entertain the crowds. The swans graced...More
Stunning gardens, went here twice for a walk but only scraped the surface. The planting is well advanced so there is plenty of colour for the time of year. Just love the Albert memorial and the Serpentine. Lots of nice statues around and wonderful walking...More
Beautiful and very well-maintained, this park makes for a lovely walk on one of London's few clear days. I was surprised by the amount of animals we encountered - anything from squirrels (very friendly; obviously well accustomed to tourists feeding them things that are terrible...More
The main park is really great - well maintained with lots of seating and things to admire. However one of the best areas is at the Western End by the palace, with a wonderful garden. We stumbled upon this small garden by luck while walking...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!