Kensington – Royal Village

(53 customer reviews)

High Street Kensington underground station, London (meet by the Wasabi restaurant at the end of the shopping arcade that links the station with the High Street))

Guided by Adam or David

Walk Times

Day Walk Type Start Time End Time
Thursday Weekly 2 pm 4 pm Winter Summer Reserve Online
Saturday Weekly 2 pm 4 pm Winter Summer Reserve Online

N.B. this walk will not take place on the following dates:

24-12-2022

Guided by David or Adam

“What will I see?”

“Try this for a shortlist: the most remarkable small literary house on the planet; London’s most palatial residential street; the ensemble of townhouses that are the final flowering of ‘the Restoration idiom’ (aka the signature London house for 220 years); a Victorian mortuary; Brigitte Bardot; Prince William’s apartment; four sub-villages; details on the High Street that nobody else sees (there’s a shocking amount of violence there if you know where to look); London’s most delightful cul de sac; centuries-old barracks…

“That’s a very short shortlist. There are getting on for 150 ‘point-outs’ on the walk. But the walk’s not just a magic lantern. In the immortal words of John Constable, “we see nothing until we understand it.” By walk’s end you’ll have seen Kensington because you’ll understand it. Understand what it is about Kensington – understand how and why it’s the wealthiest district in the country. Understand the skull beneath the skin. Understand that all-important house in Holland Street – ‘if you understand this one house in Kensington you understand London.’

Short read: London’s royal village.

Medium read: This one’s special. It’s rarely the first – or even the second or third walk people go on but when they do get round to taking it they often say it’s the one they liked the most. And no wonder, because“Royal Kensington is London at its best – picturesque, stimulating and full of character”

Long read: Its parts are as delightful as London can provide: Europe’s most select residential street; warmly handsome old Kensington Palace, home to the late Diana, Princess of Wales (and, latterly, Princes William and Harry); Kensington Gardens (all meadows, shaded walks, bowers and flower gardens, it might be the grounds of a stately home in some rural shire);

London’s most attractive and unusual mews; its most delightful cul de sac; cobbled little soigné lanes, girt with pretty cottages and charming old shops; regal avenues, beautifully kept squares and a clutch of the world’s greatest museums.

Let alone Europe’s largest (and most astonishing) roof garden, the secluded townhouse of the greatest Londoner of the 20th-century, a matryoshka (Russian nesting dolls) of Kensington mini-neighbourhoods, grace and favour apartments, the most important centre outside Germany for the Nazi war trials, a “rising room,” a £300 million house, an artistic tour de force made out of 41,300 matchsticks, the most exotically beautiful garden in London, ghostly figures behind a balustrade, the four great rivers of the Old Testament, the most remarkable small literary house on the planet, a secret eyrie and more history and colourful characters than you can shake a stick at.

N.B. the above is just a sampling of what’s mostly served up on David’s walk – this being London Walks, Corin’s and Adam’s walks will each be stamped with its owner’s character and interests.

Want more? Here’s David’s Podcast about how he sometimes starts the walk and a good bit about Kensington 1,000 Years Ago

For good measure, here’s David’s podcast about “a nondescript corner of Kensington where you have 500 years of Kensington in the palm of your hand.”

And here are David’s Where to Eat in Kensington recommendations.

KENSINGTON WALK – THE PRACTICALS

The Kensington Walk takes place at 2 pm on Thursdays* and 2 pm on Saturdays. The meeting point is High Street Kensington Tube. When you come up the steps and go through the ticket barrier at High Street Kensington Tube you’ll see, directly in front of you, a short shopping arcade that leads out to the High Street. At the far end – the pavement (sidewalk) end – of the shopping arcade, just before it debouches out onto the High Street, is a Wasabi restaurant. The meeting point is on the pavement (sidewalk) directly outside the shopping arcade, right by the Wasabi restaurant.

*To be on the safe side always check the date on the calendar. Or heed the top-level announcements that read: Click for dates this walk does not take place.

On Thursdays, the walk is guided by Adam or David. On Saturdays, it’s guided by Corin or David. N.B. the walk ends back at High Street Kensington tube – or a few minutes walk away. 

LONDON WALKS REVIEWS

“If you want to know London better, if you want to learn some things about the world’s most cosmopolitan city that most people who spend their lives there never learn… I can think of no better investment than London Walks” The New York Times

“London’s best walking tours”  Travel & Leisure

“Even jaded Londoners find these London Walks a source of astonishing gems of information about the city in which they live.”  Daily Mail, Top London Treats

“Kensington walk – a total success, don’t miss it! Went on the Kensington walk today with David, a very experienced guide. How lucky were we? My husband and I were so impressed with not only his vast knowledge, use of language and literary references but his outstanding communication skills, wit and fervour. His enthusiasm was infectious and he brought the area to life-giving us an excellent insight into Kensington. We have done very many London walks and this was the best by far – do not miss it. In the words of Tina Turner it was ‘simply the best.’ Thank you David. This was our first outing after lockdown in Liverpool and it was not only a brilliant afternoon of learning but so enjoyable.” Geraldine M., May 2021, TripAdvisor

“Never have participated in but having seen and overheard walking tour guides over many years in the US, I was a bit sceptical that most of them were simply platforms for young aspiring actors to perform for small captive audiences. In the case of the London Walks I could not have been further from the truth. The stable of guides include barristers, physicians, professors, authors, historians and archaeologists–folks who actually know a bit about what they are talking about.” Rebecca D.

“we were lucky enough to have David to take us on a walk around Kensington. David was the first guide to take us on a walk and from that moment we were hooked”   Emberton75  Lancaster, United Kingdom

“this is a very informative and interesting route, the beautiful mews hidden in back streets, tiny alleys, grand addresses, nosey parkers would love this walk. you’re looking at architecture, history, famous people’s addresses. This particular company use actors and professional people to orate. I have done a different one each time I am in London. they are all equally impressive.”  Joan C.  Cardiff, United Kingdom

“We joined the Saturday afternoon Old Kensington walk, guided by Angela, on a windy, slightly dank day though, fortunately, the rain held off. We spent a considerable part of the walk laughing as Angela was such a witty, entertaining guide who delivered her anecdotes with perfect timing. I spent many years working in London and now regularly visit but the beautiful ‘old village’ part of Kensington (with its eye-wateringingly expensive houses) was unfamiliar to me and it was fascinating to learn so much about its history. I’ve already recommended this walk to family and friends and would happily join them and do it again next year. Thanks Angela.”  BaHertford  Hertford, United Kingdom

“My husband and I took part in the Old Kensington walk. Adam was our guide and he delighted us all with his humor, his knowledge and his obvious affection for the city. Questions are encouraged and duly answered. Photo ops abound. And quirky bits of history make Kensington come alive as the small neighborhood you’d long to be part of. As our schedule did not allow time for another tour, it will be first on our to-do list next time we land in London and it should be on your list as well. It is a lovely way to spend a couple of hours learning the history of one corner of London.”  Rebecca D. Hamilton, Virginia

“Never failed to be amazed at the entertainment on these walks. Of all the ones I have done, the uniform areas are 1 The walk leaders are brilliant. Knowledgeable, entertaining and loud enough to be heard by all. 2 Hidden gems of London hiding behind the rush you normally see when sightseeing, shopping or just going to work in London. 3 Great eating recommendations in places you would not normally find. The reason you should do one of these walks early on your London trip? You will want to do another! This time we did the Old Kensington walk. It did not sound as dramatic as some of the other walks, but it was breathtaking. From meeting up at High Street Kensington tube station and all the rush there, within minutes we were transported back 300 years into a quiet and peaceful area. Lots of history, interesting insights into how the area developed, how housing styles developed, famous people who lived there, secret gardens both at ground level and higher, stables conversations into shops and houses, even stables on the 1st floor. The church we went into was so quiet and the size of a cathedral, the history outside equally as interesting. At the end of the walk, we retraced our steps on our own to take it all in – but it needs the expert to bring out all the interesting details. We stopped at one of the recommended eating places mentioned by the guide – very good.”  FullNotGlum  St. Ives, United Kingdom

“We did the Kensington Walk on a wet Saturday with David – and he was great! He showed us the real variation of the area, introduced us to the lovely Japan House and told us some great facts in a lively manner interspersed with fascinating anecdotes about the people who lived in Kensington.
We are still thinking about TS Eliot walking around with green face makeup so he could look ill!” VerityGraceKirk, TripAdvisor, October 2019

“We enjoyed an absorbing time wandering around a small part of Kensington with our guide, David. His tour combined an eye for interesting detail with an analysis of social history, putting the “village” of Kensington within the wider London context. He also discusses contemporary local trends, including the increasing cultural diversity. We enjoyed a brief foray into Japan House to see some of the exquisite items on display, and were pleased to have pointed out some of the quirkier shops amongst the, mainly, chains.
It was well planned, good value at well over the advertised two hours, and the delivery was lively.” Sydbunyip, TripAdvisor, November 2019

LONDON WALKS ADDED VALUE

Be sure to ask Adam or David or Corin for a toothsome recommendation or two if you’re feeling peckish after the walk

Or click here to listen to David’s Where to Eat in Kensington podcast.

And here’s David’s podcast about the Conservation Area David explores on his Kensington Walk.

CODA

Not in London but fancy going on this walk? Try the Sights & Secrets of Kensington Virtual Tour.

Want more walks like this? Check out our other literary tours of London.

HERE’S A DISTILLATION OF ADAM’S REVIEWS

FOR DAVID’S 40 REVIEWS, SCROLL DOWN

LONDON WALKS PRIVATE WALKS

If you can’t make one of the regularly scheduled, just-turn-up, Kensington – Royal Village it can always be booked as a private tour. If you go private you can have the Kensington – Royal Village walk – or any other London Walk – on a day and at a time that suits your convenience. We’ll tailor it to your requirements. Ring Fiona or Noel or Mary on 020 7624 3978 or email us at [email protected] and we’ll set it up and make it happen for you. A private London Walk – they’re good value for an individual or couple and sensational value for a group – makes an ideal group or educational or birthday party or office (team-building) or club outing.

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53 reviews for Kensington – Royal Village

  1. Andrew Bailey

    David was a fantastic guide around Kensington: knowledgeable, enthusiastic and entertaining in equal measure. This is very much a nooks and crannies look at London – there’s no real “and around this corner is the Great Pyramid moment”, but the devil is often in the detail. In addition, his Kensington credentials were very much boosted when he was greeted by name by locals on just about every street.

  2. Full Not Glum St. Ives

    “Never failed to be amazed at the entertainment on these walks. Of all the ones I have done, the uniform areas are 1 The walk leaders are brilliant. Knowledgeable, entertaining and loud enough to be heard by all. 2 Hidden gems of London hiding behind the rush you normally see when sightseeing, shopping or just going to work in London. 3 Great eating recommendations in places you would not normally find. The reason you should do one of these walks early on your London trip? You will want to do another! This time we did the Old Kensington walk. It did not sound as dramatic as some of the other walks, but it was breathtaking. From meeting up at High Street Kensington tube station and all the rush there, within minutes we were transported back 300 years into a quiet and peaceful area. Lots of history, interesting insights into how the area developed, how housing styles developed, famous people who lived there, secret gardens both at ground level and higher, stables converted into shops and houses, even stables on the 1st floor. The church we went into was so quiet and the size of a cathedral, the history outside equally as interesting. At the end of the walk, we retraced our steps on our own to take it all in – but it needs the expert to bring out all the interesting details. We stopped at one of the recommended eating places mentioned by the guide – very good.”

  3. Mick

    We went on the Kensington tour with guide Adam. It was superb. Adam is a brilliant guide … highly knowledgeable, very informative and consistently entertaining (no mean feat over two hours!). He clearly has a passion for London and a passion for passing on that love to his audience. Great value for money. Highly recommended. A terrific way to learn about the greatest city in the world.

  4. Sherry Johnson Metz

    This walk is a special way to really see the delightful sights in Kensington. You will find yourself saying (more than once), “I would not have noticed that.” Treat yourself to this one!

  5. Kathryn and Nigel

    Really enjoyed the Kensington walk.David was a very enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide.Showed us places in Kensington which we had not seen before (and didn’t know they were there!).Would thoroughly recommend this walk along with the other walks we have done.Definitely five star.

  6. Doug and Brooke White

    A thoroughly enjoyable and educational Kensington walk courtesy David. Learning new information is always a treat, but the presentation and personal insights he offered are only possible from having spent 50 years living and exploring London. Open to questions and amazingly able to call everyone in our group by name. Sign up for two hours that will leave you feeling like a local with convincing tidbits to share that prove it.

  7. Sonja

    A walk with countless jaw-dropping moments! David has an amazing way of sharing his knowledge about London. Now, I see so much more when I walk through London!

  8. Susan

    This is a beautiful walk, filled with history, stories, and lovely architecture. David is an outstanding guide – his knowledge of Kensington (and London) is impressive, and his love for the city is obvious. We had an amazing experience on the walk I joined – we were standing outside a house and David was telling us about an artist who had lived there, when the woman who lived there arrived home. She invited us in to see the house, and explained in great detail the fuller history of the house. It was a very special, unforgettable experience, and it was completely delightful.

  9. Anne

    What a fantastic walk this is around the hidden parts of Kensington away from the High Street. There are hidden gems around every corner. David is an informative and entertaining guide. I particularly liked the personal touch, when he introduced us to local shop, gallery and cafe owners. He gave us a real feel for the neighbourhood. I had never heard of Baron Albert Grant and the ill-fated Kensington House before. I have been on several London walks, and this is one of the best.

  10. Jeff Stitgen

    We have been doing London Walks for 36 years. They are the best value in the city. David guided us through Kensington and it was as though we had never been there before as he pointed out so many interesting things that we had previously missed. Best use of 2 hours you will ever spend.

  11. Taylor

    The tour with David was an unexpected gem! Not only was he such an amazing story teller but his connection to the neighborhood was magnificent. This was most evident as we were all invited into one of the most famous homes as he was giving the tour. Additionally, as we walked around town, he knew many of the local store owners and their unique stories. We learned so much about the neighborhood and its hidden stories. We highly recommend anyone interested in Kensington’s history to take David’s tour!

  12. Efrat

    The Kensington tour with David is the best of London Walks’ tours I’ve been to, and I’ve been to many. Although there were just four of us, the tour took place as planned. It’s not just a history lecture, David is showing you every little detail on the walls and floor. He is so enthusiastic you can’t believe he’s doing the tour for thirty years. He is a walking encyclopedia but also connected to the people. Several times in our tour people greeted him and stopped to talk to him, which I haven’t seen in other tours. It was fun and interesting with recommendations for further walks and places to have lunch. Wonderful!

  13. Eva Smith

    We have done many walks with London Walks and have really enjoyed them. They are fun and informative with something new discovered about London every time (and we are Londoners). I would highly recomend any of the walks, but my two favourites so far are Kensington and Hampsted Village.

  14. Ace Simpson

    David is articulate and engaging in his fun and informative tour of Kensington. I am a big fan of London Walks. With these guided tours you are shown things that you would otherwise not pay attention to, and you also learn their stories.

  15. Kizzie

    An excellent walk! David is a brilliant guide, full of energy and enthusiasm, fascinating and insightful. This was my first London walk but not my last. Highly recommend!

  16. Maryann Hajduk

    My nephew & I took David’s walk on 10/13/22. It was terrific & we learned a great deal about the real town behind Kensington High Street. Really informative. Anytime we are in London, we take the Original London Walks at least once. Well worth checking out in general, but David’s walk in particular.

  17. Gary Paprocki

    Tour with David was excellent. His enthusiasm is infectious and he knows his material completely. We learned about this area and all of London through his information and insights.

  18. Thea

    Don’t miss this walk! It’s full of information on Kensington and its people. You’ll love listening to David!

  19. Jenny

    Excellent! A highly enjoyable stroll around Kensington with all the info you could need to understand the development of the area over several hundred years! Lots of nooks and crannies as well as top tips for grabbing a snack or a meal. Great for Londoners and visitors alike!

  20. Sara

    Fabulous! David is always a treat and this walk is no different. A wealth of knowledge and fascinating stories, whether you’re a tourist or a local, this walk is a wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon.

  21. Amina Hassam

    David was a great guide and so knowledgeable about the area, he brought a really fresh perspective to an area I have been going to since I was a child and made me look at it with a new pair of eyes. There is so much wonderful history, architecture and stories interwoven into this walk, I can’t recommend highly enough.

  22. Lynne biberdorf

    We thoroughly enjoyed our Kensington walk with David this past Saturday. It was entertaining, informative, and fascinating and we really appreciated being with a truly excellent guide. We feel like we really got to know the history, architecture and popular culture of this part of London within a two hour window that just flew by. We highly recommend this walk and have also enjoyed a number of previous London walks in the past. We tell all our friends in Canada who are planning a trip to London that taking a London Walk is a great investment of time and money. We can’t wait to do more in the future!

  23. Nicky

    Thoroughly enjoyed this walking tour. David is an excellent tour guide and shares his incredible knowledge in a very entertaining way. He is passionate about his subject and brings the area to life. A tour not to be missed!

  24. Wes Brown

    We weren’t quite sure what to expect from this walk, but we thoroughly enjoyed David’s extensive knowledge and research into the history of Kensington. It was an engaging experience, full of tidbits and facts that apply to walks all over other parts of London. We can’t recommend it highly enough!

  25. Kath Granger

    We thoroughly enjoyed this walk in August when David was our guide. He is very knowledgeable and entertaining. There is so much to learn about in this lovely neighbourhood of London and the time simply flies by. We always recommend London Walks to our friends because they are just so good!

  26. Roger Harrop

    Excellent walk with a top class Guide!

  27. Jenny

    A very enjoyable walk full of fascinating details and discoveries. David is an excellent guide, both knowledgeable and entertaining.

  28. K.Marriner

    So much information, delivered with humour and personality. Excellent guiding skills, taking care to get to know the different groups and tailoring the information to them. I have lived in London for 27 years and I learnt several new things about London customs, architecture and language. Really, really highly recommend.

  29. Emmanuel

    Our office is located by Kensington Court, and we organised to go on a private walk led by David Tucker as a corporate event. The walk was a great success, with fantastic feedback from participants praising the knowledge and charisma of our guide, and the wide range of fascinating topics covered – from art and architecture, to history and social sciences, to linguistics and poetry, among many others! David’s stories and anecdotes brought Royal Kensington – through the ages – to life and gave us a fresh appreciation of our everyday working office surroundings!

  30. Tim Gifford

    I did this walk with guide Adam today and it was superb., as was he. Adam is a brilliant guide who is not only highly knowledgeable, but very intuitive and wonderfully entertaining. It is obvious that he has a deep love for London and an ability to convey that to his group. This is a great value for money Walk and it is very strongly recommended. A wonderful way to learn about an integral part of one of the very best cities in the world.

  31. Bruce Hislop

    Fascinating tour around Kensington with our guide David who appears to know all the locals personally

  32. Joanne Rasdell

    The Kensington walk with David was a great highlight of my trip. There was so much great information and many back streets to explore. David’s passion for the area and its stories and personalities is infectious!

  33. Aimee

    I have worked in Kensington for nearly 8 years, but on David’s walk I felt I was really *seeing it* for the first time! David had incredible knowledge of the area and brought so much depth to what we were looking at. A real star, fully enjoyed every minute. It was lovely to see the locals greet him by name during our walk as well.

  34. Dan

    Excellent tour of sights that are overlooked and in plain view. Very educational and interesting. A lesser amount of walking compared to other walks I have been on. Highly recommend it.

  35. Arlene manos

    A knowledgeable friend who has taken 6 London Walks highly recommended this group- I hesitate to say company, as they have such a personal approach. Although I am spending 2 months here, visiting with people who have lived here all their lives, I know I would not have discovered the parts of Kensington that we went through on the tour yesterday. That alone would have been worth the very reasonable cost.

    But there was so much more- the history of the area, and London as well, was both entertaining and informative. This is far more than a walk about! In the time I have left this trip I will find time to fit in as many as I can.

  36. Scott Masters

    Dave has a great story telling ability and showed a lot of hidden gems around Kensington. The history and characters of Kensington made for an absorbing 2 hours. Can highly recommend

  37. Julie Hughes

    This is a superb walking tour of Kensington, where you learn so much about Mews, Royal Palaces, architecture, Baron Grant and more, – presented by David, who has a loud, clear American voice and lovely interesting stories, you can’t help but get immersed in. Thank you David, we have been on many London Walks and this is one of the best. Paul, Julie & Jane – May 2022

  38. Helen Wall

    Enjoyed a very interesting few hours with David. So much to see, architecture & windows especially described in detail, a few quaint hidden shops Princess Diana frequented, mews with stables now converted,old pubs always built on a corner, Albert Grant Baron’s huge mansion house & pond..so much more. Really recommend this tour, as being a London girl i have been made to now look for these nooks and crannies ! Have not stopped googling since ! Quote : when a ‘ person’ is tired of London , he is tired of life ! Helen

  39. Robert Finney

    We have now done four or five London Walks, all fascinating and entertaining. As a former Kensington resident, I knew almost nothing of what I learned. My wife and daughter who have never lived there enjoyed the walk just as much. These walks teach you to appreciate London and its characters in a way know guide-book can.

  40. Laura Gallagher

    I learned so much about Kensington in 2 hours. David points out features I have walked by not knowing the significance of for years.
    You will be impressed with David’s ability to keep your attention and interest.
    So very much enjoyed this tour.

  41. Imelda Shanahan

    David was exceptional. He was very knowledgeable, a lot of fun and very easy to listen to and learn from. Really enjoyed the walk and the tales. Definitely worth doing – you would not find those areas we visited in a million years on your own! And he knows lots more than Wiki!

  42. Sunita Roberts

    We went on the Kensington walk with David. David’s knowledge of London is outstanding. You learn so much about the area and see it’s hidden gems, places you wouldn’t normally come across. A truly enjoyable experience. SR. March 2022.

  43. Julie Thomas

    Our guide, David, was captivating at every corner from start to finish. What a delight to take part in on a drizzly, cold Saturday afternoon in March. Having done one London Walk before, this has now become a ‘must do’ every time we’re in town with a couple of hours to spare.

  44. Helen Minnes

    This is my first visit back to London since the pandemic and I opted for the Kensington Royal Village walk. Wonderful walk; very pretty streets and squares and so much information. David is a great guide; so enthusiastic and with a good loud voice! Thank you, London Walks!

  45. Judith

    Fascinating afternoon with David. We learnt so much and need to come back for a further look around and a visit to Maggie Jones! Thank you

  46. Dan Mayhew

    We loved David’s tour of Kensington. He is a master presenter unveiling the fascinating history of the area. It was a great way to get our entertainment during Covid. We felt perfectly safe as everyone was masked and we were outside with the fresh air. We have canceled all our indoor activities for this holiday, but not our London Walks. We have two more walks scheduled. They add true delight to our vacation.

    -Dan

  47. Derryn Coe

    David’s quirky storytelling brought the history alive. Great insights, local details and personal knowledge of local personalities and shop owners, made the tour remarkable. Highly recommend and best way to learn and enjoy the history and continuously evolving area of Kensington. Thank you David for such a lovely and memorable afternoon.

  48. Katie

    London Walks made our trip to London! We had a great time on the 4 tours we took. On this tour we learned about the history of Kensington and really enjoyed looking at all the fantastic architecture. Our tour guide, David, was super knowledgeable and we had a great time. He showed us many hidden gems in the neighborhood and gave us a great recommendation for dinner. Fantastic and will recommend to anyone traveling to London!

  49. Katy

    I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the Kensington Walk yesterday with David. Only one other person joined us, but the tour went ahead, and we were treated to a treasure trove of experiences, not just the incredible detail and history of the buildings but all the extra little stories and asides with people along the way. It really brought the whole experience to life. It felt like we were spending an afternoon with an old friend who positively “twinkled” with the love of his subject. I’ve lived locally for many years but I learnt so much on this tour. A great experience and highly recommended. Katy

  50. Erica

    David knows his stuff! A fascinating tour with so many interesting facts presented in an entertaining and compelling way. It was also lovely to see so many locals who were clearly happy to see David doing his thing. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone wanted to find out more about the area.

  51. Matt

    David did a great job highlighting the obvious and not so obvious points of interest along the walk. A quiet pleasant walk in a beautiful London neighbourhood.

  52. Joan C.

    This is a very informative and interesting route, the beautiful mews hidden in back streets, tiny alleys, grand addresses, nosey parkers would love this walk. you’re looking at architecture, history, famous people’s addresses. This particular company use actors and professional people to orate. I have done a different one each time I am in London. they are all equally impressive.

  53. Evelyn

    David’s amazing! He’s so knowledgeable, experienced (40 years) and patient with my endless questions. If you would like to know the history of Kensington, join the tour! Even you think you already know a lot about it, you will find there are so many think you still don’t know and they are so fascinating!

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