At the southeast corner of Kensington Park, the appearance is very magnificent. When I went there, I didn’t buy tickets in advance. I had to wait in line to buy tickets. Later I decided not to go in. In front of the palace is a statue of Queen Victoria. There is a lake in the park with blue water and swans. , Ducks and other water birds.
One of the most exciting playgrounds in London. With a GIANT pirate ship in the centre and a huge sandpit.
A kids playground heaven located by the Kensington Palace across from Queensway Tube Station.
A fitting tribute to the “people’s princess,” the Diana, Princess of Wales’ Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens celebrates the innocence of childhood with a Peter Pan–inspired play scape. A wooden pirate ship serves as the memorial’s centerpiece, surrounded by mermaid fountains, tepee forts, and a sensory trail with soothing chimes. Parents will appreciate the plentiful seating, alfresco café, and well-maintained restrooms featuring changing tables.