London’s Most Stunning Sites Near Gloucester Road Tube Station


South Kensington, also famously referred to as South Ken is a great place to while away a whole day, acquainting yourself with London’s history, culture, and art! It is one of the most glorious and posh areas in central London. Home to unmissable historic attractions and a cluster of world-class museums, this is a lovely London neighbourhood for people of all ages and interests! Read on to discover where to visit and what to see in this area for an incredible experience!

Brompton Cemetery

Explore and meander along the Brompton Cemetery avenues boasting wildflowers, lime trees and an abundance of wildlife. The cemetery commemorates the lives of over two lakh people from courageous leaders and socialites to artists and adventurers with stunning memorials including ivy-clad crosses, grieving angels, and ornate columns. Take the time to explore the stunning architecture including the spectacular Great Circle frame and unwind with a warm drink at the café towards the North end of the cemetery. Book an opulent stay at the Park Grand London Kensington, nestled in the heart of the city, and enhance your holiday experience with amenity-rich rooms and state-of-the-art facilities.

Natural History Museum

Housed within one of the most beautiful buildings in London, the Natural History Museum is a firm favourite for all London explorers. Encompassing about 80 million specimens, the iconic museum is a one-stop destination to learn everything about Earth’s history and evolution! With your stay at one of the exquisite hotels near Earls Court, make sure to add this extraordinary museum to the top of your list and see the globe’s best nature photography at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, take an immersive audio-guided tour of the legendary Hintze Hall and its star specimens! The kids will love walking in the footsteps of their favourite dinosaurs at the Dinosaur Gallery, while the massive whale exhibit named Hope and the popular earthquake stimulator is sure to catch your eye!

Science Museum

The most visited science and technology museum in Europe, the Science Museum in London features world-famous scientific objects on display that you must explore, whether you’re travelling solo or with family. The Soyuz spacecraft and a real piece of the moon are some of the most awe-inspiring exhibits on display! Discover the museum’s all-new exhibition about the power of music or watch stunning IMAX documentaries for an experience to remember. The museum’s interactive galleries including the Wellcome Galleries and the Wonder Lab or Exploring Space exhibitions are amongst the visitors’ top favourites. The museum is free to enter and opens seven days a week, so reserve your stay at one of the luxe hotels near Gloucester Road Tube station and plan your visit, now!

Albert Memorial

It is impossible to miss out on the grandeur of the Albert Memorial while strolling through the tranquil Kensington Gardens. It is one of the most ornate monuments in the capital city, commissioned by Queen Victoria in honour of Prince Albert after he died in 1861. Perhaps more than any other historic structure in London, the Albert Memorial showcases Victorian Gothic style at its best! The extraordinary memorial depicts Prince Albert in a sitting position while the gleaming gold statue provides the main focal point. Make sure to look around the memorial to get a glimpse of how the Victorians viewed the world! With your stay at one of the luxury hotels near Hogarth Road, take a fascinating walking tour of the Albert Memorial beyond the railings backed by interesting stories of its past.

No London holiday is complete without a visit to these extraordinary attractions representing the city’s glorious past and present. So, start planning, now!