Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain
Resembling an unprepossessing 1930s tearoom in the midst of leafy Kensington Gardens, this is one of London’s most important...
Serpentine Sackler Gallery
This exhibition space is part of the Serpentine Gallery and opened in 2013 within the Magazine, a former Palladian villa–style gunpowder...
Perhaps the ultimate London pool inside the Serpentine lake, this fabulous lido is open May to August.
Located in the ethereally beautiful extension of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery , Magazine is no ordinary museum cafe. The food is as...
Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain information
Dedicated to the late Princess of Wales, this memorial fountain was envisaged by the designer Kathryn Gustafson as a ‘moat without a castle’, draped ‘like a necklace’ around the southwestern edge of Hyde Park near the Serpentine Bridge. The circular double stream is composed of 545 pieces of Cornish granite, its waters drawn from a chalk aquifer more than 100m below ground.