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Holland park is not a must see in London. Still it is very nice park. I definitely enjoyed it during my visit in London and used it as relaxation area. Make sure if you are there to visit Japanese Garden.
I stayed in Earls Court around the corner from Holland Park, and found it by accident on a run one day. I never changed my running route after that and made sure I stopped by the Japanese garden every day. The water feature is mesmerising,...More
It was very amazing with mostly an accessible pavement.
Most people with any mobility issue, children with or without budgy, dogs and their owner & etc will enjoy it.
Has got big field, toilets, coffee shops, view, attractions, pounds, gardens, some birds & animals and...More
Holland Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the world. It has playing fields, tennis courts, several playgrounds, running trails, picnic areas, an opera in the summer. Dog friendly (I have included a picture of the multiple water bowls they put and keep...More
Sure, this park isn't as big as, say, Hyde Park or Regent's Park, but that doesn't make any less great. There was a massive chess board with huge chess pieces which I had a great time playing with and beautiful Japanese Kyoto gardens. The gardens...More
Lovely park that makes you feel as if you've left London. Calm and relaxing atmosphere and the Kyoto garden is really beautiful. Also, make sure to visit the Dutch garden when the tulips and wisteria are in bloom.
Don't miss the nearby Design Musuem (free...More
I had a lovely day out at Holland Park. The park has beautiful flowerbeds amidst the historic buildings.
Unfortunately my pleasant experience was tainted when some members of our party had to use the toilet facilities. These were appalling and in desperate need of a...More