"Kensington Gardens" Kensington Palace & Gardens Tip by alvis

Kensington Palace & Gardens, London: 125 reviews and 264 photos

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Staying in the Bayswater area, Kensington Park was quite nearby. We only came to have our lunch in the park and ended up taking a stroll through the park and came across a number of cool monuments and attractions. Walking along the right hand side of the park we 1st came to a big golden statue which turned out to be The Albert Memorial. Across from this Monument you will also see the famous Royal Albert Hall. There are also signposts nearby for Kensington Palace though we did not come across it. After another 5 minute walk and some fun annoying the ducks and squirrels we arrived at The Princess Diana Memorial Fountain where we stopped for some photos and made our way back down the park to where we had came in. Another couple of attractions we saw were the Serpentine Gallery (went in to warm for a minute) and The Statue Of Physical Energy. We were now back at where we entered.

Address: Beside Bayswater road and close to Bayswater tube.
Directions: Nearest Tube - High Street Kensington
Phone: +00 44 (0)844 482 7777
Website: http://www.hrp.org.uk/KensingtonPalace/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Dec 22, 2005
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