If you’re considering moving to West London W1, take a closer look at Kensington and Marylebone.
Kensington is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and boasts the impressive Kensington Gardens. Marylebone, on the other hand, is an elegant residential area that looks and feels like a village. At Marylebone you’ll find little boutiques next to chic restaurants, Madame Tussauds wax museum, the Sherlock Holmes museum and more.
Hyde Park Winter Wonderland
One of the nice winter things about living in West London W1 is it’s close proximity to Hyde Park Winter Wonderland. For adults and kids alike, there’s a wealth of entertainment. You can watch a show on ice, or strap on a pair of skates yourself. You can admire fishes and other creature in the magical ice kingdom, or have a drink in a bar made of ice.
Ice skating at Somerset House
More skating is to be done at Somerset House. Hailed as West London W1 most beautiful ice rink, beginners and advanced skaters can practice day and night.
Have a look at other people’s homes and how they lived. At the Geffrye museum you can view living rooms from the year 1600 until now. If it’s not too cold, you can venture outside and explore the gardens surrounding the 18th-century almshouse buildings.
Christmas markets are always a popular attraction in West London W1. Rather than shopping in stuffy department stores, enjoy the fresh air and still find everything you need. Whether you’re planning your menu, looking for gifts or wants something special for the Christmas tree, you’re sure to find it.
If you’re not afraid of something spooky, visit one of London West W1 haunted pubs. The Grenadier is a cosy little pub which used to be an officers’ mess. The Viaduct Tavern is a Victorian pub which used to be a jail and a gin palace. Should you get cold, you can warm up sitting by a real fire at The Flask. Not for the faint of heart of the pub has a ghostly past.
Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree
Every year, since 1947, the city of Oslo donates a Christmas tree to the people of Britain. You can go take a look at this magnificent tree at West London W1 Trafalgar Square between the first week of December and the first week of January.
When winter comes to West London W1, wrap up in a warm coat, go out and explore. There’s plenty of entertainment for the whole family.
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