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The Churchill Arms: Kensington’s Brilliant Bedecked Floral Pub

Peeking out from layers of foliage, The Churchill Arms is a testament to the fact that London really loves to show its bonkers side from time to time.  But why is this pub covered in flowers and dedicated to Winston Churchill? And more importantly, is it one of the best pubs in Kensington? All will …

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LUZIA: Cirque du Soleil Return to London With a Stunning Live Show in 2022

Acrobatic ensemble Cirque du Soleil will be somersaulting their way back to London in 2022 with LUZIA, a dreamy Mexico-inspired performance that will inspire and captivate audiences.  From 12th January, you’ll be able to catch the mesmerising circus show at the Royal Albert Hall, the iconic London venue that first hosted Cirque du Soleil’s Saltimbanco …

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19 Brilliant Things to do in Kensington

Kensington has a wealth of destinations for you to explore. From Museum Mile to handsome parks and gardens, these are the things to do in Kensington you shouldn’t miss.  Kensington’s reputation comes before it.  First up, there’s the trilogy of London’s most prestigious (and interesting) museums: the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Science Museum and …

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Museum of the Moon: Luke Jerram’s Spectacular Lunar Exhibition Arrives in Kensington

A very special visitor has arrived in Kensington Town Hall Square and you’re going to want to visit – trust me. From 11th-15th August, you’ll be able to catch Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon exhibition for free, as part of the Kensington + Chelsea Arts Festival. The moon has famously inspired creatives throughout history, …

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Kyoto Garden: Discover London’s Beautiful Japanese Garden

Can you believe that London’s very own Japanese-inspired Kyoto Garden lies within Kensington’s Holland Park?  As authentic as it gets without actually taking a trip to Japan, this park is a breathtaking space with a wonderful history to discover and is home to plenty of wildlife for you to spot when you visit.  Taking a …

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The V&A is Hosting a Three-Day Glastonbury Weekender and it Looks Pretty Wonderful

Missing the mud and fun at Worthy Farm? You’re going to love the Victoria & Albert Museum’s upcoming Glastonbury Weekender event. Ditch the wellies – instead take a jaunt to the V&A where the museum is hosting its very own London weekend dedicated to the infamous music festival, with a range of exciting in-person and …

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Hyde Park Pet Cemetery – Discovering London’s Hidden Burial Ground

Rows and rows of small graves, clustered amidst the fallen leaves and undergrowth on the corner of Bayswater Road and Victoria Gate marks one of the most curious spots in London’s Royal Parks – The Hyde Park Pet Cemetery. Blink and you’ll miss it – the cemetery isn’t marked and is rarely open to the …

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A Black Lives Matter Mural is Going Up in West London and You Can Vote For Your Favourite

Kensington and Chelsea Art Week returns to the capital on 1st October and with it, a new large-scale mural We Are One Family inspired by the Black Lives Matter Movement.  The twist? You can vote for your favourite of three proposed artworks! The festival is collaborating with Curator Bolanie Tajudeen for the fourth Love Kensington …

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Time to Discover: The Albert Memorial

Strolling through Kensington Gardens, it’s impossible to miss the imposing structure of the Albert Memorial, gilt glistening against stone and sky.  Like many things in London, it’s easy to stop for a moment to admire the intricate work and then move on without giving it much more thought.  If I’m honest, although I’ve walked past …

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