"The Albert Memorial" Albert Memorial Tip by keeweechic

Albert Memorial, London: 45 reviews and 83 photos

 
 

The Albert Memorial was dedicated to the Prince Consort in 1876 which was 15 years after his death of Typhoid at the age of 41. He was the husband of Queen Victoria and they were married for 21 years with 9 children. The Queen was so distraught that she ordered the tribute to her husband.

The memorial stands 175 feet high and at the centre is a larger than life statue of Prince Albert holding a copy of the catalogue of the 1851 Great Exhibition.

Address: Kensington Gardens., London SW7
Directions: Nearest Underground Station: High Street Kensington, then bus 9,33, 49, 52, 73
Phone: +44 20 7298 2000
Website: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/kensington-gardens/things-to-see-and-do/memorials,-fountains-and-statues/the-albert-memorial

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  • Written Jul 22, 2003
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