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Albert Memorial

Princes Gate | Kensington Gore, London W8, England
+44 20 7495 0916
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This gigantic bejeweled shrine protects the gilt bronze sculpture of Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert, which was designed and executed after the Prince Consort's death in 1861.
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Princes Gate | Kensington Gore, London W8, England
Kensington and Hyde Park
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful memorial in memory of Prince Albert. Stunning attention to detail with fantastic sculptures on the four corners.

Thank Xanlyn
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Situated across the road from the Albert Hall - this is a stunning memorial erected by Queen Victoria for her much loved husband Albert. It is very ornate and the gold glitters in the light.

Thank Howlo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is an amazing sight sitting opposite the Royal Albert Hall. All non-pc references to Empire and gilt and it should be out of place in a modern city. However, it is perfect and a must see. It is interesting to compare it with the...More

Thank Beeper53
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very dull drizzly day in London and everything a bit grey. But even in the rain this looked impressive. With it's fully renovated gold leaf. True there isn't much information about it and there are signs for a tour which seem expensive, but isn't that...More

Thank McGoo24
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Impressive but unknown to me why. Someone said consort to queen Victoria. Wow what permanent memories the wealthy can afford

Thank 4frtravelling
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

To see this huge tribute monument restored and maintained to its original splendour is most satisfying. Although it can be seen clearly from the road, do take time to walk the short distance to it, and appreciate its size and mysteries.

Thank MedEngland
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

True love in stone and metal: Queen Victoria had this memorial erected in honor of her late husband, Prince Albert. It is very detailed and beautiful.

1  Thank WorldTravelOne
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My wife and I visited London over the weekend and we had plans on which sites we wanted to visit, this was not on our list but we both thought it was with out doubt one of the best sites to see in London, the...More

Thank mark h
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Located in Kensingtom Gardens, directly opposite The Royal Albert Hall, this is Queen Victoria's memorial to her husband, Prince Albert. Tall and imposing, it is one of the most ornate and grandest Victorian gothic monument in the city.

Thank nellielim
Reviewed 3 May 2017

This is worth a visit to go and have a look at. It is an incredible memorial - near to the Albert Hall - through Hyde Park and into Kensington Park. Workmanship is amazing.

Thank debsy42_10
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