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I regularly feel extremely lucky to have such an iconic and magnificent city on my doorstep. London is one of the most prestigious cities in the world and it certainly has a lot to offer tourists.

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One of my favourite areas of London is the beautiful borough of Kensington. So I have put together a guide to spending some time here including 11 things to do in Kensington. 

Science Museum

Science Museum is a must when you are visiting Kensington. The museum is set over seven floors of exhibits, including the Apollo 10 command module and a flight simulator. 

Head off on a tour of the palace, visit the State Apartments, see Queen Victoria’s bedroom, and take a walk through the gardens. 

Kensington Palace

It owns a huge amount of items, apparently more than 80 million all related to nature and wildlife. It’s free and well worth a visit!

Natural History Museum

Another museum worth visiting in Kensington is the V&A Museum over the road with over 2.3 million objects, this is an enormous collection.

Victoria & Albert Museum

Held every Saturday between 9am and 2pm, when Bute Street is closed to traffic. They sell a wide range of products, including meats, cheeses, chutneys and more.

South Kensington Farmers’ Market

Step into the market square, just outside South Kensington Tube Station and you will find an array of street performers and buskers who have been entertaining crowds for decades.

Buskers in South Kensington



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