OUT OF STOCK
23 June 2023
10:30 - 12:00
Join us for a walking tour of the beautiful Kensington Gardens. Discover hidden stories behind its famous statues, including the beloved Peter Pan, and a statue thrown out of Trafalgar Square.
Learn about how it was gradually separated from Hyde Park by a succession of royals who created its distinctive mix of stately avenues, formal planting, wild meadows and long views. Relax and enjoy this green refuge in the busy city and hear how The Royal Parks look after its ecological balance.
Last but not least, go behind the railings of the Albert Memorial and get a close-up view of the stunning Frieze of Parnassus.
Designed for adult attendees, over 18 years of age. Please note that due to the steep steps up to the Albert Memorial, the last part of the walk is not accessible for people in wheelchairs, with reduced mobility, or with push buggies. We offer free spaces for those in need. For more information on eligibility and how to book please call 0300 061 2255 or email email@example.com.
The Royal Parks charity provides 5,000 acres of urban green respite in the centre of our bustling capital city. If you value your Royal Parks, please consider making a gift. It will make all the difference to their future.