- Tube Station Facilities
- Circle line
- District line
- Piccadilly line
Quite pretty in places and an historic station that is well served by three lines. However it's also got lots of steps and no lifts so dreadful for anyone with mobility problems.
Handy for the museums and other attractions in and around South Ken/Chelsea.more
This station is really great both for being located near all my favourite London stops and for having a really great layout.
A quick walk to the best museums and delicious sushi, the station features long open platforms on the District line. The platforms are delightful in the spring and summer as it's open to the breeze and lined with potted flowers. They're a bit chilly in the winter but...more
I rather like South Ken station. Primarily for its swell location to my church, but not only that but also because, it is wonderfully placed near possibly my favourite museum in London - The V&A. As a side not if you haven't been you must go, it's such a treat.
Exiting at South Kensington you will also find the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum, both equally entertaining and...more
Having had my cousin visiting from Malaysia in the last few weeks has turned me into a bit of a tourist in my own city. This is no bad thing as you do get to explore pretty exciting places which you had poo pooed as tourist trap!
South Kensington station is rammed in the summer as visitors flock to London's museum row - the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum...more
Best known for its proximity to the museums of Kensington, this station is proximate to the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and of course the Victoria and Albert Museum. Talk like a local and refer to it a as"South Ken" when you're looking for the Piccadilly or Circle and District lines.
Even though it's been modernized since it was opened in 1868, the current arcade station...more