You will find Holland Park with its attractive formal gardens such as the Japanese Garden, secluded woodland areas, an Orangery and even the ruins of Holland House. Londoners love this park!
Fantastic park for a mindful walk , beautiful nature and birds to be observed there
One of London’s finest green spaces, the park surrounds a Jacobean mansion, Holland House, named after its second owner, the Earl of Holland, whose wife (fun fact!) was the first person in England to successfully grow dahlias. They’re still grown within its 55 acres, which also houses the…
“Europe's first purpose-built cinema is now a luxe movie house with comfy armchairs and footstools, cashmere blankets and food service.”
“Westfield is only a 20 minute bus journey away from my residency and is fa antastic place to visit to shop the sales or seek the latest trends from high-end to high-street fashion. Grab a coffee or a bite to eat in the food hall area whilst you are there. If you have time, why not see a film at the cinema inside the shopping centre complex - keep an eye out for freebies and vouchers.”
“The best park in London. Has everything form an awesome children’s playground with a pirate ship to the Serpentine boating lake. ”
“Stunning Victorian building with the world famous round scene and amazing programme of concerts and entertainment throughout the year. ”
“The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design with a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects. The Museum stands as a testament to the work of its namesakes, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their commitment to bring 19th century London into the modern age.”