Kensington and Chelsea, England Historic Sites and Landmarks

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Natural History MuseumNatural History Museum
London, England, UK

Housed in a cathedral-like Gothic Revival building, the Natural History Museum in London is one of the finest of its kind in the world.

British MuseumBritish Museum
London, England, England, UK

One of the largest and best museums in the world, the British Museum displays a wide variety of important artifacts, among them the famous Rosetta Stone and Elgin Marbles.

Science MuseumScience Museum
London, England, UK

Originally founded in 1857 by Prince Albert, the Science Museum displays a wide variety of artifacts illustrating the history of science, plus interactive exhibits and an IMAX theater.

Kensington PalaceKensington Palace
London, England, UK

Best known as the birthplace and home of Queen Victoria, this stately palace with extensive gardens has hosted many British monarchs since William and Mary bought it in 1689.

Victoria and Albert MuseumVictoria and Albert Museum
London, England, UK

Museum of art and antiquities founded by Queen Victoria and built between 1860 and 1909.

34 De Vere Gardens34 De Vere Gardens
London, England, UK

The home of novelist Henry James from 1886 to 1902.

No. 3 Kensington Court GardensNo. 3 Kensington Court Gardens
London, England, UK

Part of a complex of Victorian mansions built in 1889, this was the home of poet T. S. Eliot from 1957 until his death in 1965.

Chelsea Old Church (All Saints)
London, England, UK

The address shall be amended to read "OLD CHURCH STREET SW3"------------------------------------TQ 2777 NE CHELSEA EMBANKMENT SW3 62/34 24.6.54 Chelsea Old Church (All Saints).

The Anglican Chapel
London, England, UK

Anglican chapel, colonnades and catacombs. 1835-36. By John Griffith for the General Cemetery Company.

Debenham House
London, England, UK

Substantial house. 1905-7, Halsey Ricardo. Brick, glazed brick, of green and turquoise, and white faience.