Holland Park in London

Holland Park is 22.5 hectares of land in west London and is administered by The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. People visit the park not only to breathe fresh air whilst roaming around the lush green tracts, but also to entertain and enjoy themselves with other activities like wildlife collection and sports. The sports facilities provided by the park are football, netball, tennis, golf and cricket practice net. The park’s Ecology centre works to support biodiversity through education and works towards nature conservation and holds various creative workshops, training events and programmes. The centre can be hired for private events or parties.

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    The locality was a rural area till 19th century with the green field belonging to the nobility that owned the (Jacobean) house called Holland House. It was then acquired by the London County Council in 1952 and then transferred to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in the year 1986. The chamber of commerce of Koyoto worked on a co-operative project with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to form a small beautiful garden, the koyoto garden in the year 1991. This was the start of Holland Park as we know it now.

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    Nearest Attractions

    The most famous attraction near the Hoilland Park is 'Leighton House Museum'. It was the home of the acclaimed artist, Lord Leighton.  Some other remarkable attractions near the Holland Park are:

    Earls Court, Rose Issa, The Gate Theatre and Notting Hill Arts Club.

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    Tickets and Entry Requirement

    For tickets and entry requirements contact the park at the below mentioned contact number.

    Contact:+44 20 7602 2226

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    Events at the Hyde Park

    The Ecology centre of Holland Park runs various workshops and educational activities for school children in the park. These vary from time to time but you can get more information by clicking here.

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    Operational Hours

    The timings of the park are from 7.30 am till 30 minutes before dusk.

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    Contact Details

    If you are interested in booking a sports facility or want to make an inquiry about anything then the park can be contacted at the below mentioned telephone number.

    Contact: +44 20 7602 2226

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    Holland park, Ilchester Place, London w8 6LU, United Kingdom.

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    How to get to the Park

    By Tube

    Hoolland park tube station is the closest tube station from the park and one takes 10 minutes to cover the o.5 mile distance between the park and the tube station on foot. After getting at the tube station, head southwest on Holland Park Ave and make a left turn onto Holland Park and then continue onto Abbotsbury road. Turn left at Abbotsbury Close from there and you will reach the park. View Map

    By Bus

    “St Barnabas Church (Stop B)” is the closest bus stop and is separated by a distance of 0.3 miles. One can easily cover this distance on foot in 6 minutes. Just drop at this bus stop using bus numbers 49 or C1. Head northwest on Addison Rd and turn right onto Oakwood Ln. Now make a left turn onto Abbotsbury Rd and then turn right at Abbotsbury Close to reach the park. View Map

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