Kensington is located within the wider Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC), which sits close to the west of Kensington Park Gardens, north to where it meets Notting Hill and south towards Earls Court with its most westerly boundaries being Olympia and West Kensington. Home to Kensington Palace, the National History Museum, Science Museum, and many more, it is known and loved by tourists all around the world.

We know that living in London can be expensive, however Kensington is loved for its richness in green spaces, free to all, such as Holland Park and Kensington Park Gardens as well as many properties benefiting from access to wonderful garden squares notably: Edwards Square, Airlie Gardens, Cornwall and Lexham Gardens as well as a surprising amount of demised gardens, albeit sometimes tiny, throughout the area. It can be a peaceful break from a long day at work or simply an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.

Why not visit Kensington Roof Gardens roof top cinema where you can relax and enjoy a good movie with a delicious BBQ snack and cocktails Alternatively you may opt to go theatre, with Kensington being a hotspot for new dramas.

Furthermore, there are three fabulous museums in Kensington, all free to enter and each can easily take up half of your day. You can visit the science museum which is packed with interactive exhibits that are both fun and educational, the Victoria and Albert Museum which is London’s leading museum for art and design and the Natural History Museum.