Avast me hearties! Your little landlubbers can be pirates for the day on Captain Hook's huge wooden pirate ship at the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground.
Everyone loves this imaginative play area. Nestled between the trees in Kensington Gardens, it's inspired by J M Barrie's novel, Peter Pan.
Designed to be accessible and inspiring, kids love playing in the teepees, on the beach, and running between the sculptures.
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Diana, Princess Of Wales Memorial Playground
Broad Walk, Kensington GardensLondonW2 2UH
One of the best playgrounds I've ever been to. The play equipment is all wood and metal, which is refreshing. Though the slides do get quite hot on a sunny day.
There's a massive pirate ship to climb on, plenty of slides throughout the place, sandboxes, music garden, water fountains, so much to play with!
The playground has really good security as well. They won't let you in if you're not...more
Beautiful & memorable morning spent in this perfectly planned, cleaned, & gated playground We spent the majority of our morning playing with the kids because let's face it, it's the only time as an adult you can slide down a slide, swing in a huge netted tire swing, pretend like you're pirate & play in an actual pirate ship without the authorities questioning your sanity. This park was an...more
Lovely children's playground, with all wooden construction. No plastic in sight here. From pirate ships to a music garden and sea monsters- you can find a variety of play areas for different age groups.
Weekends and holidays has a queue of people waiting to get in as they only allow a fixed number of kids inside at a time.
If you are an adult without an accompanying kid, your chances of...more
In the middle of Hyde Park is this not-so-hidden gem that memorializes Diana, the late Princess of Wales. Perfect on a warm sunny day (as it was when I visited), the fountain and play areas are a delight for the kiddies who need to work off some of that energy, running and playing and splashing.
Because I am sans children in the UK, I was not permitted to actually enter the park and had to...more