Kensington is a wealthy district located in the Royal Borough of Chelsea and Kensington. It is part of West London, England.
The commercial centre of the district is Kensington High Street. The northeast of the city you will find the famous Kensington Garden.
This area contains the Speke’s monument, the Serpentine Gallery and Albert Memorial. South Kensington is home to the Royal College of Music, the Royal Albert Hall, and Imperial College London. The area is also home to several European embassies.
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Kensington has an excellent facility of transportation through buses and rails. Public transport is serving Kensington district. Most of the area helped through 3 stations in the Travelcard Zone 1. These are South Kensington, High Street Kensington and Gloucester Road.
All three-station served through the Circle line. It connects them to railway terminals of London. Kensington is crisscrossed east-west by three main roads. The most significant of which is the A4 Cromwell Road. This road connects it to Central London on the east side and Heathrow Airport and Hounslow on the west.
Attractions of the Place:
There are numerous places in Kensington where you can visit. Like Leonidas, The Piano Bar Kensington, Japan House London, St Mary Abbots Church, Massimo Dutti, Equinox, 18 Stafford Terrace, Waterstones Bookshop, Classic City Tours, Imagine Health & Spa, Miss Selfridge, Adeela Crown Skin Studio, Thackeray Gallery, Free Tours by Foot, Club Kensington and many more.
Japan House London spread on three floors. It offers a gallery, including a regular presentation of exhibitions. In this places workshops and events happen as well as there is AKIRA, a Japanese restaurant.
18 Stafford Terrace is a middle-class Victorian house and shows the lives Victorian era.