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Best parks in Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

“Hyde Park is a Grade I-listed major park in Central London. It is the largest of four Royal Parks that form a chain from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, via Hyde Park Corner and Green Park past the main entrance to Buckingham Palace. (Wikipedia)”
  • 776 locals recommend
“You can do ANYTHING in this park! Top tip: grab a bottle of wine and sit on the park benches near Albert Bridge at night. The lights from the bridge is 👌🏼 #romantic”
  • 341 locals recommend
“Kyoto park- please visit this. Also note that often pet owners have been seen to walk their cats here- very cute. ”
  • 289 locals recommend
“Excellent park for strolls, with a selection of cafes . Kensington Gardens is also home to Kensington Palace, the Serpentine and Sackler Public Galleries. Next door to the Sackler Gallery is a restaurant. Very close to our entrance to the park is a famous children's playground complete with pirate ship and elf tree. The playground is next to a coffee / sandwich stand. Cross over the north side of Kensington Gardens and you enter Hyde Park - walk around the serpentine lake, with its row boats, and pass the Diana water Memorial. Also good for children in the summer. The park is also good to walk through to get to other parts of london, such as South Kensington, Knightsbrige and Mayfair. ”
  • 174 locals recommend
Athletics & Sports
“The park is not very big but it is beautiful, clean and with some nice and tidy gardens. On sunny days it can get busy but not as busy as other parks like Hyde Park. They have many sports facilities for outdoors sports, a fitness suite and a cafe. I use the tennis facilities and I am very happy with the courts. The cost is really low and there is a good number of courts (around 13), both tarmac and synthetic. The courts have trees around them to provide some peace and quiet while you play.”
  • 71 locals recommend
“A picturesque waterfall flows into a peaceful rock pool, where koi carp dart beneath the surface and peacocks stalk past on the banks. It might sound like the setting for a Japanese fairytale, but this is, in fact, one of west London's most serene spaces: Holland Park's quaint Kyoto Garden. It's the perfect spot to unwind with a book, linger with your thoughts or fight your samurai rivals to the death. ”
  • 39 locals recommend
“Formerly the private garden of Holland House, (lord of our manor), this is one of most beautiful parks in London, on our doorstep. It has a wild park, a sports area, a formal garden, playground, a Cafe, and the exclusive Belvedere Restaurant. ”
  • 23 locals recommend
“Amazing playground in Hyde Park. It's free of charge, but there is often a queue to get in during school holidays, but the wait usually isn't long. ”
  • 40 locals recommend
“A must for anyone interested in botanics and horticulture. They put on lots of workshops throughout the year and there's a fantastic Christmas fair too.”
  • 50 locals recommend
“Memorial completed in 2004 in Cornish granite, with a design said to represent Diana's life.”
  • 24 locals recommend
“Home to smaller animals including otters, capuchins and chinchillas, with an interactive play area.”
  • 25 locals recommend
“Converted pub with purple-velvet lounge bar, library-themed dining room and beach bar-style terrace. ”
  • 18 locals recommend
“A hotel bar in the heart of Hammersmith, Brook Green is your charming boozer choice for drinks in West London. Not only piling up plates with a selection of seasonal dishes and gastro favourites, their contemporary pub promises craft beer, ale and wines to boot. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
“The Italian Gardens is a 150y old ornamental water garden located on near Lancaster Gate. It is believed to have been created as a gift from Prince Albert to his beloved Queen Victoria.”
  • 6 locals recommend
“Only a few minutes walk away. Great for children. Play park as well as water park. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
“Ornate Gothic memorial remembering the late Prince Albert and opened just 11 years after his death.”
  • 14 locals recommend