Holland Park

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Holland Park

  • Kyoto Gardens, Holland Park - © Andrew Brackenbury

    Kyoto Gardens, Holland Park

  • © Chris McCooey

  • Kyoto Garden, Holland Park - © Andrew Brackenbury

    Kyoto Gardens at Holland Park

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  • © Andrew Brackenbury / Time Out

  • © Andrew Brackenbury / Time Out

  • © Chris McCooey

Kyoto Gardens, Holland Park - © Andrew Brackenbury

Kyoto Gardens, Holland Park

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  • Address:

    Holland Park Ilchester Place
    London
    W8 6LU

  • Venue phone:

    020 7361 3003

  • Venue website:

    www.rbkc.gov.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 7.30am-30 minutes before dusk

  • Transport:

    Tube: Holland Park/Kensington High St

  • Price:

    Free

  • Map

    1. Holland Park
      • Ilchester Place
        London
        W8 6LU
      • 020 7361 3003
      • www.rbkc.gov.uk
      • 51.501464,-0.203587

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Kids' theatre, Opera, Fringe, Drama, Kids' theatre, Outdoor theatre

Introduce your kids to opera with this version of Lewis Carroll's timeless surreal classic where Alice disappears down a rabbit hole to find a strange world of intriguing characters. Opera Holland Park stage the show, which is performed in promenade on...

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sat Aug 2
  2. Holland Park
  3. £8.50, £3.50 concs
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Cheeky Monkeys Tea Party

Things to do, Kids' activities

There's enough entertainment at this tea party to keep a whole troop of cheeky monkeys occupied, with face painting, live music, delicious cakes and lots of dancing on the line-up. Bring along your babies, toddlers and small children for just £5 per family...

Cheeky Monkeys Tea Party
  1. Fri Aug 29
  2. Holland Park
  3. £5 Family Ticket
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Elizabeth Greitzer

Also great areas for kids are the wild forest play area (closed for winter - check back in summer) and the pond and nature preserve which has regular open days. You can walk back in the woods with no buildings in site - and not believe you are minutes away from Kensington High Street. Another recently opened area is the remains of Holland House. When the opera is not set up - you can walk around the grounds and out along a high walkway surveying the park below.