Must-see attractions in Notting Hill & West London

  • Portobello Road Market, London, UK

    Portobello Road Market

    Notting Hill & West London

    Lovely on a warm summer's day, Portobello Road Market is an iconic London attraction with an eclectic mix of street food, fruit and veg, antiques, curios,…

  • Design Museum

    Notting Hill & West London

    Relocated from its former Thames location to a stunning new £83-million home by Holland Park, this slick museum is dedicated to design's role in everyday…

  • The exterior of the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising.

    Museum of Brands

    Notting Hill & West London

    This ambitious shrine to nostalgia is the brainchild of consumer historian and enthusiast Robert Opie, who has amassed advertising memorabilia and…

  • Fulham Palace.

    Fulham Palace

    Notting Hill & West London

    Within glorious stumbling distance of the Thames, this summer home of the bishops of London from 704 to 1975 is a lovely blend of architectural styles…

  • Brompton Cemetery

    Notting Hill & West London

    The UK's sole cemetery owned by the Crown, this atmospheric 19th-century, 16-hectare boneyard's most famous denizen may be suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst,…

  • The outside of Leighton House Museum

    Leighton House

    Notting Hill & West London

    Sitting on a quiet street just west of Holland Park and designed in 1866 by George Aitchison, Leighton House was home to the eponymous Frederic, Lord…

  • The outside of 18 Stafford Terrace

    18 Stafford Terrace

    Notting Hill & West London

    Formerly known as Linley Sambourne House, 18 Stafford Terrace, tucked away behind Kensington High St, was the home of Punch cartoonist and amateur…

  • The outside of Tyburn Covent

    Tyburn Convent

    Notting Hill & West London

    A convent was established here in 1903, near the site of the Tyburn Tree gallows, and a closed order of Benedictine sisters still forms a community here…

  • Kensal Green Cemetery

    Notting Hill & West London

    For many years the most fashionable necropolis in England (you wouldn’t be seen dead anywhere else), Kensal Green Cemetery accepted its first occupants in…

  • The main entrance to Stamford Bridge, Chelsea Football Club's home ground

    Stamford Bridge

    Notting Hill & West London

    Chelsea (aka the Blues) is one of London's wealthiest football clubs, and Stamford Bridge is hallowed turf for fans after a souvenir kit or a tour of the…

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    Graffik Gallery

    Notting Hill & West London

    One of the first galleries in London to take graffiti seriously as an art form, Graffik Gallery features work from street-art legends, including Banksy,…

  • William Morris Society

    Notting Hill & West London

    Tucked away in the coach house and basement of Kelmscott House (William Morris' former home), this small riverside museum stages temporary exhibitions on…

  • St Mary Abbots

    Notting Hill & West London

    Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and sporting the tallest church spire in London, graceful St Mary Abbots is a haven of peace and calm. St Mary Abbots…

  • Holland Park

    Notting Hill & West London

    This handsome park divides into dense woodland in the north, spacious and inviting lawns by Holland House, sports fields in the south, and some lovely…

  • Grand Union Canal

    Notting Hill & West London

    Dating from the early 19th century, the Grand Union Canal actually finishes up in Birmingham (you can journey much of its length by bicycle): horse-drawn…

  • Little Venice

    Notting Hill & West London

    It was Lord Byron who dreamed up this evocative phrase to describe the junction between Regent’s Canal and the Grand Union Canal, a confluence overseen by…