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This post is part of the "London with Kids" travel series, based on our experiences as a family with two small kids visiting London.
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The thing I loved most about London is that there are playgrounds everywhere and everywhere you go
is really kid friendly.
We went to visit Kensington Park and Kensington Palace and stumbled on the Princess Diana of Wales Memorial playground, at the edge of the park. The kids are always up for some release, so they played for a good while. There was a beautiful restaurant next to the palace, but it seemed a bit too posh to go there with the kids, and by then they were ready for some more energy release. We had lunch there after visiting the Palace and were pleasantly surprised to see the sandwiches and snacks were organic.
The playground is very large and there lots of corners and nooks.
Kensington park is huge and beautiful and rather busy. Yet given its size, you don't even notice!
The Palace is certainly worth a visit. When we were there, there was a fashion exhibition and you could view some of the furniture. The exhibitions are multimedia and our daughter had a blast sitting in the nooks, listening to the whispers of court.
|Kensington Palace Gardens|