Visitors to Kensington are able to enjoy a varied selection of the kind of attractions which bring millions of tourists to London each and every year. Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, it is an aspirational and upmarket district, home to both the bustling retail offering of Kensington High Street and the wide open green spaces of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. As if this wasn’t enough, it is also where you’ll find a selection of some of the greatest free museums in the world, including the Victorian and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum.
There are plenty of things to see and do within Kensington itself, but if you’d like to explore the rest of London, it does offer excellent transport links. There are zone 1 underground stations within quick walking distance – South Kensington, Gloucester Road and High Street Kensington. Between them, these offer access to the Circle Line, which links to wider mainline over ground stations and travel options. Hopping onto the Piccadilly Line at either Gloucester Road or South Kensington means that you can be enjoying the excitement and entertainment of the West End and Theatre land in less than 10 minutes.
Other travel options include a large number of bus routes which run through Kensington and on to the rest of London, and if you opt to stay in Kensington you can choose from a wide range of hotels and other accommodation, ranging from budget options to the height of luxury.
The world famous museums which Kensington is home to are doubtless first rate, but tend to draw in large crowds of visitors virtually every day of the year. If you’d like to soak up some culture without having to cope with such large crowds then rest assured Kensington is home to smaller attractions which are equally appealing and offer the chance to escape from the noise and bustle of the big city. The Royal College of Art, for instance, is one of the leading teaching institutions in the UK, and holds regular exhibitions of work created by students who are set to be the creative superstars of tomorrow.
Other options include the Leighton House Museum, which is located close to Holland Park, and is an example of amazing Victorian architecture which is home to a selection of Oriental works of art. The Serpentine gallery, which you’ll find in Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, allows visitors to explore a constantly changing selection of modern works of art.
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