One of London’s most valuable assets is its history. The city was created over two thousand years ago by the Ancient Roman’s as it was in a key tactical position and offered plenty of resources thanks to the River Thames. Over the years, London has acquired many historic buildings, monuments and stories for you to experience and enjoy.
J. M Barrie created the much loved Peter Pan Statue inspired by the stunning and peaceful expansions of Kensington Gardens. The 14ft bronze statue is situated by the Long Water and creates a magnificent view for big and little children alike.
Diana Memorial Fountain was opened by the Queen on 6th July in 2004. This highly unique memorial Built from granite and forming a cascading feature of bubbling and swirling water and best enjoyed in the summer months when one can barely move for families delighting in this symbol of Diana's openness.
Kensington Palace is a royal house located in London’s Kensington beautiful gardens and currently showing an exhibition on the life and style fashion of one of its most lovable residents with the definitive dress collection of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Royal Albert Hall and Memorial was opened in 1871 by Queen Victoria in memory of her much loved husband, the Royal Albert Hall is well known stages and now has become one of the most precious venue in London.
The Grenadier Pub was establish in 1720 and was kept exclusively for the use by the senior infantry of the British Army. The pub located in Belgravia, London and mostly popular for serving food and ales.