Kensington Gardens

Kensington Park was originally a part of Hyde Park, which was officially separated by Queen Caroline in 1728 by creating the Serpentine and the Long Water. Spread over 275 acres, the Kensington Gardens are the setting for Kensington Palace.

Some of the key attractions at Kensington Gardens are the Round Pond (and its wildlife), the Sunken Pond near Kensington Palace, the Italian gardens, the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, the Albert Memorial, Peter Pan’s bronze statue and the Serpentine Gallery, a collection of contemporary art, located on the south side of the gardens.

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Photo By Garry Knight

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