Kensington Gardens attractions

Kensington Gardens attractions

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Kensington Gardens LondonKensington Gardens are about 2 miles west of Charing Cross, Westminster, generally accepted as the place for measuring the distance to and from London. The gardens were once the private gardens of Kensington Palace, one of the Royal Parks of London. They lie immediately to the west of Hyde Park. If you are flying to/from London, Luton airport is about 40 miles from Kensington Gardens, Heathrow airport is about 12 miles, London city airport is about 10 miles. Your nearest mainline rail link to Kensington Gardens is Paddington station and it is about 2 miles from Victoria Coach station. If you intend to travel on the London Tube/Underground, please use the

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RAILWAY / TUBE STATIONS around Kensington Gardens :

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  • Bayswater Station, Queensway, London, W2 4QH. Circle / District line
  • Queensway Station, 126 Bayswater Road, LONDON, W2 4RH. Central line.
  • Kensington High Street Station, London, W8 5SA. Circle / District 1 line.
  • Lancaster Gate Station, Bayswater Road, LONDON, W2 2UE. on Central line.
  • Paddington Station, Praed Street, LONDON, W2 1RH. Circle / District / Hammersmith & City / Bakerloo line.
  • Paddington, Praed Street, London, Greater London, W2 1HQ.
  • London Victoria, Victoria Street, London, Greater London, SW1V 1JU.


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Attractions Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA. Tel: 020 7402 6075. Recorded information 020 7298 1515. Modern and contemporary art. Open daily. Admission free. Nearest Underground Stations: Knightsbridge, Lancaster Gate & South Kensington. In Kensington Gardens.

Serpentine Gallery

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Attractions QUEENS Iceskating & Bowling, 17 Queensway, London W2 4QP. Tel: 020 7229 0172. With both a licensed bar and a Costa Café available to Queensway bowling and ice-skating customers, this London sight is also a fantastic place to socialise for both children and adults with a live DJ set at the weekend to liven things up. Please note: the bar is only available to members, bowlers or ice-rink customers. Queensway ice-skating and bowling is located close to both Queensway and Bayswater Underground stations. Alongside Kensington Gardens. Gain free entry to QUEENS Ice & Bowl – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

QUEENS Ice & Bowl

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Attractions Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP. Tel: 020 7838 3105 . The Royal Albert Hall recently launched Family tours of the hall. Suitable for children over seven, these tours are an exciting and informative way to experience the Albert Hall, London and learn about one of the most famous entertainment venues in the world – contact the venue for more details. It’s worth bearing in mind that the Royal Albert Hall is located close to London’s main museums: the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the V&A. If you’re planning a day out with London Pass remember that you can also get free entry to Kensington Palace nearby. About 100 yards from Kensington Gardens. Gain free entry to Royal Albert Hall – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

Royal Albert Hall

Attractions Whiteleys Shopping Centre, 151 Queensway, London, W2 4QS. Tel: 020 7229 8844. About 100 yards from Kensington Gardens.

Attractions Olympia, Hammersmith Road, London, W14 8UX. Tel: +44 (0)20 7385 1200. For Olympia, travel to Kensington Olympia on the District line from Earls Court station. About 800 yards from Kensington Gardens.

Attractions Gate Cinema, 87 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3JZ. About 200 yards from Kensington Gardens.

AttractionsThe Albert Memorial is situated in Kensington Gardens directly to the north of the Royal Albert Hall. In Kensington Gardens.

Albert Memorial

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Attractions Kensington Palace and The Orangery, Kensington Palace, Kensington Palace Gardens, London W8 4PU. Tel: 0870 751 51 70. Set in Kensington Gardens in the Royal Borough Of Kensington, this London palace was William III and Mary II’s principal (though not official) residence when in London. Although the palace was originally a Jacobean manor house, Sir Christopher Wren designed much of its current architecture. Visitors to Kensington Palace can experience an age of elegance in the State Apartments with displays of royal court and ceremonial dress at this most fashionable Royal address, as well as strolling round the pleasant gardens here. In Kensington Gardens. Gain free entry to Kensington Palace and The Orangery – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

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