An oasis of tranquility in central London, Hyde Park, together with Kensington Gardens to the west, is the largest of the ... More
Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens
An oasis of tranquility in central London, Hyde Park, together with Kensington Gardens to the west, is the largest of the three royal parks. On the north-east side is Speaker's Corner , a traditional haven of free speech. The Serpentine boating lake, complete with a designated swimming area, and the Serpentine Gallery is a famous tourist spot. The Albert Memorial and the statue of the mischievous character Peter Pan is housed at the Kensington Gardens also attract a crowd. Separated by the stately Serpentine Bridge, many visitors to the park choose to sunbathe near Diana Fountain or simply dip their feet into the water. A great place to spend the afternoon.
Queen Victoria was born in this palace in 1819, and Princess Margaret and other royals also resided here. A Jacobean
mansion in Kensington Gardens (next to Hyde Park), Kensington Palace was the London residence of the late Diana, Princess ...
The Museum of Garden History is the ideal place for garden enthusiasts to explore the history of plants and shrubs,
famous gardeners and plant hunters, major British and world gardens, and all other things horticultural. The museum's churchyard contains ...
Whether you're a Buddhist by true belief, heritage or just trend, you'll be able to find peace amidst the hustle
and bustle of London life in this beautiful park. The Tibetan Peace Garden features statues and native Tibetan flora, ...