Victorian Kensington including the V & A Museum Walk

cafe-v-a-museumThis is the most sheltered of all our winter walks. We walk around what became known as Albertoplis, where the Great Exhibition took place, and where the V & A, Science and Natural History museums and the Royal Albert Hall were all built. We see all of these historic imposing sights, and pop into the V&A to show you the world’s first and, still to this day, probably most beautiful museum cafe in the world (see above photo). We can stop for a cuppa while we take in the beautiful surrounds if you wish. We can also guide you round some exhibits here, or if you prefer seeing The Rocket or a T-Rex to a Rodin, we can pop in the science or natural history museum too. And all these museums are linked by underground walkway so if it’s a cold or wet day we spend very little time out in the elements. But if it’s a lovely day we can change the itinerary and take you into pretty Hyde Park to show you Rotten Row and where the Great Exhibition took place.

Start South Kensington underground station
Finish V&A Museum Cafe or South Kensington underground station

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