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south Kensington, sw7
South Kensington is one of the most visited areas of London, well known for its unbeatable range of museums and stunning open spaces, as well as its upmarket attractions. The district is split between the City of Westminster and Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
There are many free museums including the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and the Science Museum. The Royal Albert Hall hosts many concerts, musical performances and the Champions Tennis in December, as well as the BBC Proms in the late summer. To the north of South Kensington lies Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens where you can find The Serpentine Gallery, Diana Princess of Wales Memorial, and the Albert Memorial.
Architectural marvels can be found all around, with desirable streets to live in in the area including Onslow Gardens, Onslow Square, Thurloe Square, Queensgate, Queensgate Gardens, Cranley Gardens, Drayton Gardens and The Boltons.
South Kensington is well connected with its tube station serving the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines, with direct easy access to The City, the West End, Kings Cross and Heathrow without having to change lines.