Ramble and roam
Found in the heart of London, Hyde Park is the largest of the four Royal Parks located between Kensington Palace to Buckingham Palace. Explore the gardens, have a go at boating or enjoy tennis, walking, cycling and even horse riding in the park. Try the artisanal cafe’s and restaurants along the water’s edge, or sit back and admire the views. Hyde Park is also home to a host of sculptures and commemorative statues, including the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain and the Albert Memorial that overlooks the Royal Opera House.
The Science Museum
Past, present and future
The Science Museum is situated on Exhibition Road in South Kensington and attracts over 3.3 million visitors annually. The Science Museum, as well being a publicly funded museum, continually displays a world-renowned collection of enduring technological and medical advancements from across the globe. As well as interactive and participant-based performances and talks for all the family.
The Victoria and Albert Museum
Crafted with creativity
The Victoria and Albert Museum, also known as the ‘V&A’ is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design. The V&A’s permanent collection of artefacts and historical craft consists of over 2.3 million objects. As well as it’s immense range of both classic & contemporary permanent collections, the V&A hosts many rare, subcultured and period exhibitions from all aspects of decorative and culture throughout the year.
Chelsea Football Club
“Chelsea is our name”
Chelsea Football Club is a professional football club that competes in the Premier League. Founded in 1905, the club’s home ground since then has been Stamford Bridge.
Stamford Bridge is a football stadium in Fulham, South-West London. It is the home ground of Chelsea F.C. It was opened in 1877 and has a capacity is 41,631, making it the eighth largest ground in the 2017–18 Premier League season.
The Royal Albert Hall
Take to the stage
The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall on the northern edge of South Kensington, opposite Hyde Park and overlooked by the Albert Memorial.
The world’s leading artists from many performance genres have performed on its stage and it has become one of the UK’s most treasured and distinctive buildings. Each year, it hosts more than 390 shows in the main auditorium, including classical, rock and pop concerts, ballet, opera, film screenings with live orchestra, sports, award ceremonies, school and community events, charity performances and banquets. The famous Proms concerts have been held annually each summer since 1941.
The National History Museum
History at your fingertips
The Natural History Museum exhibits one of the most extensive ranges of animal specimens in the world. An unmissable educational and exciting day out for all the family that regularly hosts new and never-before-seen exhibitions, showcasing the natural wonders of our planet.
Be sure to visit the Sensational Butterflies enclosure to see and interact with rare, tropical and beautiful specimens of Butterflies from all over the world! As well as visiting the large, real-life skeleton of a blue whale, suspended in the main foyer.