"Statue of William III-Kensington Palace" Kensington and Knightsbridge Tip by Dabs

Kensington and Knightsbridge, London: 39 reviews and 68 photos

  William III Kensington Palace
by Dabs
 
 

On the south side of Kensington Palace, just past the fancy black and gold gates is this bronze statue of William III given to Edward VII by his nephew, Kaiser Wilhelm II in 1907.

William III was the original royal inhabitant having purchased what was then Nottingham House in 1689, Christopher Wren was commissioned to turn it into Kensington Palace.

Address: south entrance to Kensington Palace

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  • Written Aug 16, 2004
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