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Holland Park

| Kensington-Chelsea, London, England
+44 20 7471 9813
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Situated west of Kensington Gardens, this city park is particularly attractive in the spring when tulips are in full bloom, and in summer when performances are staged at the open-air theater.
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| Kensington-Chelsea, London, England
+44 20 7471 9813
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Reviewed 2 days ago

An enjoyable park to stroll around in, less busy than its neighbor Hyde Park. Great for relaxing as there are plenty of space.

Thank perfect_spy
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Good place for peace and contemplation in Fukushima gardens . Hyde Park is a bit noisy compared to here . Kyoto Gardens gives the Japanese experience - from 1991 and backed by many Japanese businesses . Design Museum also worth a visit .

Reviewed 1 week ago

Holland Park is a special place in Kensington, which boasts a restaurant, Japanese garden and summer opera programs. Definitely worth a visit to get away from the hustle and bustle of High Street Kensington. The Japanese garden is wonderful.

Thank Charles K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went on a Saturday and it was extremely busy which in my view spoiled it. On our way to the Kyoto garden we went into a Japanese memorial garden where they have tried to create a Japanese theme which doesn't work. We came away...More

Thank c_wicks234
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

well took the long walk to see the park and was good lovley walk in nice weather to chill and relax and lots to see

Thank G_Inspector
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Formerly the park and grounds of the war-bombed Holland House (the remains of which are home to Opera Holland Park), the park is full of things to look at. There is a series of formal gardens, an orangery, woodland, the Kyoto Garden, and cafes. No...More

Thank MS4866
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I highly recommend this park for fans of Japanese culture, or Japan in general. The Kyoto Garden here definitely reminded me of my trip to that country. The park is maintained very well, making it a perfect location to take pictures and maybe have a...More

Thank Safiyyah A
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

I recommend to spend some me time there whenever you have a chance. Beautiful mix of tiny forest and stylish gardens. Cheeky hungry squirrels and gorgeous pee-cocks.

1  Thank Art H
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Ubicado en Kensington, Holland Park es un hermoso parque público al oeste de Londres, muy pintoresco, especial para pasar un día al aire libre haciendo un picnic o para ver un atardecer. Si te animas cerquita está el Design Museum. Located in Kensington, Holland Park...More

1  Thank Elena Adriana F
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful park with very nice gardens such as Kyoto or Dutch one. Holland park is lovely and very well-maintained park. It is very quite and delighting to walk around. It is huge and there are tennis court, the Design museum..

Thank Charlotte D
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21 August 2016|
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Response from LondonBenelliott | Reviewed this property |
Parked in road and walked up to park, therefore no charge.
26 September 2015|
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Response from mummypog | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sorry for late reply The park is free only costs are for the refreshments like tea coffee etc
Bryan B
6 February 2015|
Response from 828Ruben | Reviewed this property |
The July Operas in Holland Park start on the 1st of July with Aida by Giuseppe Verdi and Lakmé by Leo Delibes. I hope this answers your question