// Things to See and Do in Kensington and Chelsea

There really is plenty of things to see and do in Kensington and Chelsea. With the borough having having a number of well known sights located in it, from the museums of South Kensington, to the royally connected Kensington (the Palace, the Albert Memorial and the Royal Albert Hall, for example) to famous areas such as Notting Hill, there’s plenty of sightseeing to do here. This section also covers the many restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, theatres and cinemas in the area if you’re after some good food, drinks or entertainment. All in all, there’s absolutely tonnes to keep you occupied if you’re visiting (or living) in Kensington and Chelsea!

Sightseeing in Kensington & Chelsea

The best sights, including museums, galleries, parks and more.

Kensington & Chelsea For Kids

Where to take the little ones – playgrounds, exhibits and restaurants – that they’ll enjoy! Plus some shops that might be useful if you need to stock up on baby or children’s items – or toys!


The best streets, stores and markets to shop at and where to pick up food supplies if you need them.

Eating in Kensington & Chelsea

Our pick of the best restaurants, cafes and other places to at in the area.

Pubs & Bars

Thirsty for a cold beer? We select our favourite bars in Kensington, South Kensington, Chelsea, Earls Court and Notting Hill.

Cinemas & Theatres

Where to catch films and plays.

Princess Diana Walk

If you’re a fan of Princess Diana, take a look at our specially constructed walk on some of the places she enjoyed or went to in Kensington.

Events in Kensington & Chelsea

What’s on where in the near future.

Spas and Salons

Some of the best places in Kensington and Chelsea for a little pampering!


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