Kensington Gardens Contact Number – 0300 061 2000

Phone the Kensington Gardens visitor enquiries team on their London contact number 0300 061 2350 to discuss the times of a guided tour of the Albert Memorial or to hire a park deck chair during the summer months.

 

About the Park

Kensington Gardens were once the private grounds of Kensington Palace but are now considered one of the Royal Parks of London. The gardens sit west of Hyde Park, and are known for their floral displays and impressive sculptures such as the Albert memorial and Peter Pan statue. Notably, the park houses the Elfin Oak, an elaborately carved 900-year-old tree stump that serves just one of the reasons that it makes Kensington Gardens a popular tourist attraction.

 

Kensington Gardens Visitor Enquiries – 0300 061 2000

Contact a representative from Kensington Gardens by calling their visitor enquiries telephone number 0300 061 2350 in order to enquire about the facilities available to visitors. For instance, visitors can ask for the location and prices in any local gift shops to commemorate their visit to the Royal Park. Alternatively, you may prefer to ask for the park’s opening times before asking for further directions before you plan your visit. Moreover, it useful to ask for further accessibility information if you would like to discuss disabled access to Kensington Gardens or even request any independent audits of the Garden’s facilities and mobility services. Furthermore, Kensington Gardens provides free mobility scooters for those who would struggle to see all of the 760 acres of the Royal Gardens by foot as part of their Liberty Drives scheme.

You can also call this number to discuss the cost of hiring a park deck chair during your visit to the Royal Park, available to book from the months of March to October. Alternatively, you can ask the Kensington Gardens for the opening hours and contact details of one of the many cafés on their grounds. For instance, the Italian Gardens Café sits atop 150-year old ornamental Italian Gardens whereas The Orangery is one of the park’s oldest and most popular restaurants.

You should also call the Kensington Gardens visitor enquires number to ask about the scheduled events held at the Park. For instance, the gardens host weekly guided tours of the Albert Memorial along daily walking tours that aim to help visitors unpack the cultural history of the former Royal Palace grounds.

 

Information about Call Costs and Contact Hours

The Kensington Gardens visitor enquiries helpline uses a 03 contact number that will charge callers the same standard per-minute rate as any other local call made from a UK mobile or landline telephone. However you may even be able to get in touch for free if you are using up any inclusive free minutes that have been offered by your service provider as part of your mobile tariff arrangement.

 

Write to the Royal Park Office

Visitors should send any written correspondence about Kensington Gardens such as a formal enquiry or letter of complaint to the London Royal Park Head Office at the Old Police House in Hyde Park:

The Old Police House,
Hyde Park,
London,
W2 2UH,
United Kingdom.