Diana Memorial Playground
Amazing playground in Hyde Park. It's free of charge, but there is often a queue to get in during school holidays, but the wait usually isn't long.
Kids playground in Kensington Gardens. Open daily from 10am to dusk. The playground is gated & has a security guard. They only allow adults accompanying children, however, I would recommend that you are still vigilant in terms of child safety and security. On busy weekends in the summer there…
“All-day cafe plus bar with wooden bistro tables and leather banquettes serving Modern European menu”
“Fancy a chicken? then go to Nando's. Good for family dinner too. Don't forget to try their special sauces ”
“If you're making an outing to Kensington Palace or Kensington Gardens get there via this beautiful de-tour. Take a leisurely stroll down Kensington Place Gardens and turn left into the park via the gate that leads you right past Kensington Palace. A gated tree-lined street with impressive palatial embassies and private homes on either side. Known as London's most expensive street. Surprisingly quiet and tranquil spot in central London.”
“Excellent for breakfast or a great coffee overlooking a beautiful garden square”
“This svelte neighbourhood restaurant, once the late Princess Diana’s favourite, has had an unexpectedly turbulent last couple of years due to changing personnel, but ex-Woodford chef Ben Murphy has got things back on track. Try pigeon in puff pastry to start, followed by grouse with fig and salsify or brill with verjus and turnip.”