What's on

The borough normally hosts a number of  internationally renowned events, from Chelsea Flower to Notting Hill Carnival. While many have been cancelled this  year, a number of events are going ahead in the autumn with Covid-19 measures in place.

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Kensington Palace

A royal palace since 1760, it was the birthplace of Queen Victoria and she lived there until her accession in 1837. Diana, Princess of Wales, lived in part of the private apartments and her sons live here now.

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Investec Opera Holland Park

<div class='contentField'><p>A unique opera company that presents an open air summer season under a temporary canopy in Holland Park. &nbsp;Around six different operas are presented every season. Many are famous classics, but the company often stages less well known works.</p> <p>Image:&nbsp;Anne Sophie Duprels as Zazà and Joel Montero as Milio in Opera Holland Park 2017 production of Zazà © Robert Workman for Opera Holland Park&nbsp;</p> </div><div class='contentField'><a href="">Read more</a></div>

Chelsea Flower Show

<div class='contentField'><p>Held annually in late May this is the world’s most famous flower show. It’s the fashion show of gardening, an 11-acre display of flowers and show gardens.</p> </div><div class='contentField'><p>The Royal Hospital, Chelsea</p> </div><div class='contentField'><a href="">Read more</a></div>

Discover South Kensington

<div class='contentField'><p>Find out what's on in all the museums and institutions in Exhibition Road.</p> </div><div class='contentField'><a href="">Read more</a></div>