A visit to Holland Park London, especially during spring with its colourful tulips in full bloom, is always a memorable experience. Furthermore, you will also get to be mesmerised by performers going about their business in the open-air theatre. Here is a handy guide if you want to experience the beauty the park offers in its fullness.
Location and what to expect
This 22.5 hectares city park is located just west of Kensington Gardens. It is the largest park among the Royal Boroughs. Some of the facilities available at the park include sports areas, children’s playground facilities, gardens, a cafeteria, and woodlands inhabited by wildlife. Some of the sporting activities visitors can book to play include golf practice nets, cricket practice nets, tennis, netball and football. The park also has the Kyoto Gardens and an Ecology Center that provides educational tours to schools.
Its location means the park is easily accessible via various entry options such as the High Street Kensington entrance, Ilchester Place entrance, North Abbotsbury Road entrance and Duchess of Bedford Entrance. There is also a parking space set aside for disabled visitors.
Besides its beauty, Holland Park London offers its visitors a chance to participate in sporting activities to escape the busy city life.