The trendy King's Road and Kensington High Street for shopping.
The Royal Albert Hall The famous classical and rock music concert hall, home of the world famous BBC Proms. click here to see what's on.
The Science Museum Housing an outstanding collection of scientific exhibits.
The Victoria and Albert Museum The worlds most impressive museum of the decorative arts.
The Albert Memorial Erected in 1872 as a tribute to Queen Victoria's consort Prince Albert.
Kensington Palace Birth place of Queen Victoria and home of Diana Princess of Wales.
Leighton House Home of the classical painter and President of the Royal Academy, Lord Frederic Leighton.
The Natural History Museum Opened in 1881 houses the British Museum's natural history collections of plants, minerals and fossils.
We have arguably the best restaurants in town by Gordon Ramsay, Terence Conran's Bluebird and Bibendum, Reza Mahammad's incredible Star of India, as well as Zuma, and Chutney Mary, or you could star spot at London's best Italian "La Famiglia".
Quick links to all other major tourist attractions by bus or tube and the banks of the Thames with a river bus service to the West End and City. Transport for London
Kensington and Chelsea also has hundreds of bars and traditional old English pubs.
Beautiful scenery in the 275 acres of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. Royal Parks. This safe and charming area of London is just a short taxi or tube ride to Central London's theatre land.
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