Little Lotti took a visit to beautiful Kensington, where she found lots of luxurious things to see and do. Whether you want to take the kids for a walk around the lush Kensington Gardens or just fancy a day of shopping, Kensington is the perfect destination for a glorious London day out.
This elegant restaurant is situated in a beautifully decorated listed building, serving classically British food all day. Not just for a dinner out or a family gathering, they also serve wonderful traditional afternoon tea with a dazzling array of choice.
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This world-famous concert hall is an essential London landmark, and breathtakingly beautiful. Take a look at what’s on or book tickets for a tour of the building. The Royal Albert Hall also offers activities like Jazz for Kids and storytelling and music sessions for 0-4 year olds, so there’s plenty for little ones to do too!
Little Lotti’s on her way to see what she can see at the Royal Albert Hall! Time for some magical music...
See what’s on to have the opportunity to enjoy excellent classical music concerts, some of which are free thanks to the students at the RCM.
One of London’s eight Royal Parks, Kensington Gardens is 265 of exquisite trees and flower beds, as well as home to the Italian Gardens, Kensington Palace, and the Serpentine Galleries. Be sure to take little ones to the Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, which is full of possibilities for adventure! The Albert Memorial is an ornate commemoration of Prince Albert, husband to Queen Victoria, and it is strikingly decorative. A stroll around the gardens and memorial is not to be missed.
Nestled amongst the incredible gardens, The Orangery is a beautiful café and tea rooms that offers excellent and quintessential English food and a chance to relax and enjoy some amazing food in equally impressive settings. For a truly royal experience, enjoy an afternoon tea, which offers sweet little sandwiches alongside a selection of loose leaf teas.