Today I’m posting a guide of sights in the parts of London called Kensington, Knightsbridge and Chelsea. I hope you will get some inspiration from it where to go in London!
Albert Memorial – is a statue dedicated to a husband of The Queen Victoria. It’s in Kensington in Kensington gardens. An entry costs 5 pounds.
Chelsea Physic Garden – was clandestine for long years, now it’s approachable and you’ll pay 8 pounds for it. It’s situated in Chelsea on an address 66 Royal Hospital Road
Cheyne Walk – is a pavement (street) on the waterfront of the River Thames in Chelsea. It’s free.
Hyde Park – is the most famous park and the biggest park in London and you can get lost there easily. Every spring a lot of tulips bloom there. It’s free and it’s in Knightsbridge.
Kensington Palace – inside is also an exposition called Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection. It’s in the west side of Kensington Gardens. An entry costs 12,50 pounds.
Natural History Museum – there is a sculpture of Tyranosaurus Rex or a cuttlefish called ,,Archie”, which has 0,5 metres long tail. It’s in Kensington on Cromwell Road. Entry is free.
Royal Albert Hall – is a very famous concert (opera) hall on Kensington Gore in Kensington. Entry to an excursion costs 8 pounds.
Saatchi Gallery – is a gallery of modern art on King’s Road/Sloane Square in Knightsbridge. Entry is free. I personally think that this is the best gallery in London.
Science Museum – you can see there e. g. evolution of steam locomotives, but also a lot of modern technologic gems. It’s on Exhibition Road in Kensington. Entry is free.
Victoria & Albert Museum – is otherwise known as V&A Museum. It’s a museum of art and crafts. It’s on the crossroads of Exhibiton Road and Cromwell Road in South Kensington. Entry is free.