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Experiences in Kensington

Explore what do to and where to visit in Kensington.

  • A sign of the Design Museum.
  • A statue from the Victoria & Albert Museum
  • The Chelsea FC Stadium
  • Side part of Natural History Museum building
What to do


From the royal parks to the Natural History Museum, there are plenty of things to do and see around Kensington. Browse our top picks below.

Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 and is one of the world's most famous concert halls.

Saatchi Gallery

With a focus on young and upcoming international artists, the Saatchi Gallery showcases an innovative programme of contemporary art exhibitions.

Victoria & Albert Museum

The Victoria & Albert Museum is a celebration of art and design and represents more than 3,000 years of human creativity.

The Design Museum

The Design Museum offers inspirational insights into the world of design with a cutting edge programme of temporary exhibitions.

Albert Memorial

The Albert Memorial, in Kensington Gardens, was commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1861 in memory of her late husband.

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace has been influenced by generations of royal women and today presents features exhibitions including 'Diana: Her Fashion Story'.

Chelsea FC – Stamford Bridge Football Stadium

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Stamford Bridge, home to one of England's most successful football teams, Chelsea FC.

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum offers free admission to one of the world's largest collections of life and earth science specimens.

Science Museum

The Science Museum is Europe's most visited museum of its kind, with over 15,000 objects from the world of science and technology on display.

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Our Neighbourhood

Our hotels have been chosen in distinct neighbourhoods in London and Liverpool. Offering you the best places to eat, drink, museums to visits and parks to walk in.

Taste of London Food Festival

Discover a wealth of international cuisines and emerging culinary talents at Regent's Park's 20th year of the Taste of London Festival.

Legion: Life in the Roman Army

Immerse yourself in the strength and brutality of life in the Roman army with the British Museum's acclaimed new exhibition, Legion.

Notre Dame Augmented Reality Exhibition at Westminster Abbey

Explore the wonders of both Notre Dame and Westminster Abbey a single afternoon, with this bold new augmented reality exhibition, bringing Notre Dame to life in the heart of London.

Jamie Lloyd’s Romeo & Juliet

A bittersweet tragedy about star-crossed lovers kept apart by their warring families, rediscover Shakespeare's most beloved play reimagined for modern audiences by visionary director Jamie Lloyd, starring Tom Holland.

Andy Warhol: Beyond the Brand

Explore the work and style of pop art icon Andy Warhol with the Halcyon Gallery's new exhibition 'Beyond the Brand'.

One Day in Edinburgh

Discover the city behind Netflix's hit show One Day, Edinburgh! Walk in the footsteps of Emma and Dexter as you discover all this incredible city has to offer.

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Witness stunning musical acts, artists from across the globe and His Majesty's Troops in this enchanting tribute to the Royal Military at Edinburgh Castle.

The Edinburgh Festival

The Edinburgh Festival, a cultural extravaganza, encompasses multiple festivals, notably the Edinburgh International Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival , the world's largest arts festival, transforms Scotland's capital into a vibrant cultural hub every August.

National Treasures: Velázquez in Liverpool

Discover the masterpieces of Velázquez at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery in the acclaimed National Gallery exhibition 'National Treasures'.

Southport Food and Drink Festival

A 'foodie' paradise, discover the taste of the Northwest this summer with the Southport Food and Drink Festival.

The Kite Runner at the Liverpool Playhouse

Discover the poignant story of Amir and Hassan, two young boys navigating life in Afghanistan during the rise of the Taliban, in the Liverpool Playhouse's stunning adaption of Khaled Hosseini's original novel.

The Cavern Club Beatles Live Lounge

Travel back to the swinging '60s with the Cavern Club's vibrant Beatles tribute band every Friday and Saturday, featuring classic hits including Help, Get Back and Let It Be. 

Bees: A Story of Survival at the World Museum

Explore the vital role of bees at Liverpool's World Museum. Dive into their story of survival through interactive displays and immersive exhibits. Discover the threats they face and the innovative solutions to protect them. An enlightening experience for all ages.

St George’s Hall Organ Recital

Witness nationally renowned organist Ian Tracey rehearsing on the organ in Liverpool's Iconic St George's Hall.