- Beautiful on a sunny day - Great for a stroll with family and friends - Beautiful water fall and gardens - Peacocks inside too
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I was prepared to be underwhelmed by Holland Park but instead I came away very impressed. The area closest to Holland Park tube station is semi-wild woodland. The centre of the park includes the Kyoto Gardens which is a ‘place for contemplation’ and being in...More
If this is not the best park in the country I don't know where is. Walk through from the north and there is a wild area, with some woods and nestling in the middle is the fabulous Kyoto Japanese garden. See the fish, peacocks and...More
After a few days of traipsing round London, we wanted to escape the hustle and bustle and were so glad we visited Holland Park. It's a little gem located close to Kensington High street in West London. They have a Japanese style Kyoto gardens in...More
It may lack the size of Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens, but what Holland Park lacks in size it makes up for with tranquil beauty - and it has peacocks and a Japanese garden, who could want more from a London park?
I visited Holland Park for the first time this year to see the Kyoto Garden which was lovely on its own with the waterfall and the peacocks but the park itself has a lovely rustic feel that is rich in trees and flowers. Lots of...More
Not your usual London park, this has a variety of landscapes in a small area. Cafe and toilets available. Lots and lots of seating in the formal gardens - all free. Free adventure playground for children.