Built in 1605, the palace became the favourite royal residence under William and Mary of Orange in 1689, and remained so until George...
Immediately west of Hyde Park and across the Serpentine lake, these picturesque 275-acre gardens are technically part of Kensington...
Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground
This playground has ambitious attractions for children.
With its cascade of geraniums and Union Jack flags swaying in the breeze, the Churchill Arms is quite a sight on Kensington Church St....
Min Jiang serves up seafood, excellent wood-fired Peking duck (half/whole £32/58) and sumptuously regal views over Kensington Palace and...
Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens · interesting places nearby
The Orangery, housed in an 18th-century conservatory on the grounds of Kensington Palace, is lovely for a late breakfast or lunch, but the standout experience here is afternoon tea. Book ahead to bag a table on the beautiful terrace.