London has a rich history that spans up to two millennia and it comes as no surprise that it has secured itself as the arbiter of cosmopolitan style, that perfectly and seamlessly merges with the royal decadence. Every street and corner of London city offers something unique for all its visitors. One such neighbourhood you must explore while in London is the Lancaster Gate area. Here’s a list of some notable places that you must visit near Lancaster Gate tube station. Explore this vibrant area located in the heart of the city and the bustling adventures around it by booking yourself a rejuvenating and relaxing stay at the luxurious Park Grand Lancaster Gate boutique hotel.
The ever-charming Hyde Park is undoubtedly the best place to start your exploration. The park blends in with Kensington Gardens and the Serpentine Lake where you can indulge in boating or simply enjoy the calmness of bird and wind-fowl watching. On its Nort-East corner is the triumphal Marble Arch which is another must-visit if you are a history lover. The Peter Pan-inspired Diana Memorial Site is the ultimate paradise for kids and finally, for all the keen swimmers out there, take a dip in the Serpentine Lido, the one and only open-air pool in London to beat the heat on a sunny day.
The Science Museum
The Science Museum in London is a feast for the senses. From the Apollo 10 command module to the world’s first jet engine, there are exhibits to amaze and inspire people of all ages. The Museum has more to it than just a collection of science artefacts. It’s a place to explore the latest scientific discoveries and learn about the future of technology. Fascinating, wouldn’t you say?
The Royal Albert Hall
One of the UK’s most distinctive and treasured buildings for classical music, The Royal Albert Hall displays stunning architecture backed by centuries of history. You can book yourself tickets for an array of contemporary and classical concerts held here as and when you find yourself the best London hotel package.
The Natural History Museum
If you are a wildlife enthusiast and a nature lover, the Natural History Museum is possibly the best place to learn about the natural world’s wonders. Being one of three major museums in South Kensington, the massive blue whale skeleton here is recorded to be the largest one on display in any museum globally!
To end the day, indulge in a fulfilling dinner made from your favourite ingredients at one of the restaurants near Lancaster Gate and head back to your chic and comfortable room to enjoy a long bath and a martini to set the mood. Don’t forget to indulge in the ultimate ‘tea experience’ with the Indian Afternoon Tea in London served by Park Grand Lancaster Gate, inspired by assorted flavours all the way from India.
With so much to explore near the Lancaster Gate tube station, you might even feel the need to extend your exquisite stay at the Park Grand Lancaster Gate for a bit longer. Also, it is always a great idea to make the most of the tube network in London, only moments away from your hotel to pack in as many extravagant sights as possible.