District of London
in Greater London of England, United Kingdom
- Tower of London (Unesco heritage, 9 mi)
- Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey including Saint Margaret’s Church (Unesco heritage, 11 mi)
- Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (Unesco heritage, 18 mi)
- Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites (Unesco heritage, 23 mi)
- Blenheim Palace (Unesco heritage, 32 mi)
- Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey, and St Martin's Church (Unesco heritage, 54 mi)
- City of Bath (Unesco heritage, 66 mi)
- Dorset and East Devon Coast (Unesco heritage, 67 mi)
- Derwent Valley Mills (Unesco heritage, 106 mi)
- Hartsbourne Country Club (Golf course, 6 mi)
- Brent Valley Golf Course (Golf course, 8 mi)
- Ilford Golf Club (Golf course, 9 mi)
- Ealing Golf Club (Golf course, 9 mi)
- Chingford Golf Club (Golf course, 11 mi)
- Hampton Court Palace Golf Club (Golf course, 12 mi)
- Aldenham Golf Club (Berry Grove) (Golf course, 15 mi)
- Essendon Country Club (Golf course, 17 mi)
- Brickendon Grange Golf Club (Golf course, 17 mi)
- Radlett Park Golf Club (Golf course, 21 mi)
- London Eye (observation point, (0 mi)
- Lee Valley Marina Springfield (marina, (5 mi)
- The View from the Shard (observation point, (2 mi)
- Penton Hook Marina (marina, (18 mi)
- Box Hill Hiking Area (amusement park, (19 mi)
- Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
- 51.509 and -0.126 (Lat./Lng.)
- Coordinates by Time:
- N 51° 30' 30" and W -0° 7' 32"
- Currency and Currency Code:
- Pound - GBP
- Spoken languages:
- English, Welsh, Scottish Gaelic
- Local electricity:
- Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
- Local Time: 12:22 AM (Thursday)
- Timezone: Europe/London
- UTC/GMT offset: 0 hours
- Sunrise and Sunset:
- 8:42 am and 4:55 pm
- Antipode Coordinates:
- -43.750 and 173.083 (Lat./Lng.)
- Closest place to antipode coordinates:
- Le Bons Bay
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The district Bayswater of London in Greater London (England) with it's 17,500 citizens Bayswater is a district in United Kingdom and is a district of the nations capital.
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Local weather forecast
Todays Local Weather Conditions & Forecast: 4°C / 39 °F
|Morning Temperature||1°C / 33 °F|
|Evening Temperature||3°C / 38 °F|
|Night Temperature||2°C / 35 °F|
|Chance of rainfall||0%|
|Air Pressure||1003 hPa|
|Wind Speed||Gentle Breeze with 8 km/h (5 mph) from South-West|
|Cloud Conditions||Scattered clouds, covering 35% of sky|
|General Conditions||Light rain|
Friday, 1st of December 2023
3°C (37 °F)
1°C (34 °F)
Scattered clouds, light breeze.
Saturday, 2nd of December 2023
3°C (38 °F)
2°C (35 °F)
Few clouds, light breeze.
Sunday, 3rd of December 2023
4°C (40 °F)
5°C (42 °F)
Light rain, gentle breeze, scattered clouds.
Hotels and Places to Stay
Shaftesbury Hyde Park International
J Hotel London
THISTLE KENSINGTON GARDENS
Hyde Park Suites
Blakemore Hyde Park
Grand Royale London Hyde Park
MStay Paddington Rooms
Duke of Leinster
Videos from this area
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Ride on the London Eye, Part 1, July 6, 2010
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London Underground Bakerloo Line at Paddington Station
London Underground Bakerloo Line at Paddington Station.
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Attractions and noteworthy things
Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.
Kensington Gardens, once the private gardens of Kensington Palace, is one of the Royal Parks of London, lying immediately to the west of Hyde Park. It is shared between the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, lying within western central London. The park covers an area of 111 hectares . The open spaces of Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park and St.
Kensington Palace is a royal residence set in Kensington Gardens, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London, England. It has been a residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century, and is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, while the Duke and Duchess of Kent reside at Wren House.
Bishop's Bridge, sometimes known as Paddington Bridge, is a road bridge in the Paddington district of London which carries Bishop's Bridge Road across the rail approaches to Paddington Station and across the adjacent Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal. A replacement of the original bridge, which was narrow, causing traffic congestion, and was not strong enough to carry buses, was built by HOCHTIEF and was re-opened to traffic at 4am on 14 June 2006.
Ossington Street is a quiet one-way street in London, W2, leading from Moscow Road at its north end to the Bayswater Road / Notting Hill Gate at its south end. Ossington Street forms part of the border between the boroughs City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, with the east side of the street belonging to Westminster and the west side to Kensington. It is possible that the street was named after Viscount Ossington.
Queensway (formerly Queen's Road) is a bustling cosmopolitan street in the Bayswater district of west London. It contains many restaurants (particularly Chinese, Arab and Mediterranean ones), pubs, letting agents, and high street stores. Near the northern end of the street is the multi-storey Whiteleys Shopping Centre, on the site of London's first department store, opened by William Whiteley in 1867. The store was awarded a Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria in 1896.
Bayswater Road is the main road running across the north of Hyde Park, London. To the east Bayswater Road becomes Oxford Street. It is where the fictional upper-middle class Forsyte family live in John Galsworthy's Forsyte Saga. Bayswater Road is mostly in the City of Westminster with a small part at the west being in Kensington and Chelsea.
Whiteleys is a shopping centre in London, England. It was London's first department store, located in the Bayswater area. The store's main entrance was located on Queensway.
Lancaster Gate is a mid-19th century development in the Bayswater district of west central London, immediately to the north of Kensington Gardens. It consists of two long terraces of houses overlooking the park, with a wide gap between them opening onto a square containing a church. Further terraces back onto the pair overlooking the park and loop around the square.
Kensington Palace Gardens
Kensington Palace Gardens is a street in west central London which contains some of the most expensive property in the world. It was the location of the London Cage, the British government MI19 centre used during the Second World War and the Cold War. A tree-lined avenue half a mile long in the heart of embassy land, Kensington Palace Gardens is often cited as the "most exclusive address" in London, according to real estate agency Knight Frank.
The Elfin Oak is a 900-year-old tree stump in Kensington Gardens in London, carved and painted to look as though elves, gnomes and small animals are living in its bark. The hollow log originally came from Richmond Park, and was moved to Kensington Gardens in 1928 as part of George Lansbury's scheme of public improvements in London. Over the next two years the illustrator Ivor Innes carved the figures of the "Little People" into it.
The London Cage was a MI19 prisoner of war facility during and immediately after World War II that was subject to frequent allegations of torture. It was located on Kensington Palace Gardens in London.
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain
The Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain is an Archdiocese of the Eastern Orthodox Church, part of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. Its present head is His Eminence Archbishop Gregorios (Theocharous). Its jurisdiction covers those Orthodox Christians living in Great Britain, the Isle of Man, the Channel Islands, and Malta.
Round Pond (London)
The Round Pond is an ornamental lake in Kensington Gardens, London, in front of Kensington Palace. The pond, which is approximately seven acres in extent, was created in 1730 by George II. Despite its name, it is not exactly circular, but is shaped like a rectangle with rounded corners, measuring approximately 200 m by 150 m. It is up to 5 m deep.
Brick House (London)
The Brick House is a private house in the Westbourne Grove area of west London that was nominated for the 2006 Stirling Prize for architecture. It was designed by the firm of architects Caruso St John and constructed by Harris Calnan Construction with service engineering by Mendick Waring and structural engineering by Price & Myers. The project inserted a new house, accessed through an archway into the end of a Victorian city-centre street. It was completed in May 2005.
The London Museum was inaugurated on 21 March 1912 by King George V with Queen Mary and Princess Mary and Prince George at Kensington Palace. It opened for public visitation on 8 April, admitting more than 13.000 visitors during the day. Two years later the collections were removed to Lancaster House and remained there until shortly after World War II. Later they returned to Kensington Palace. The first keeper of the museum was Sir Guy Francis Laking.
Leinster Gardens is a street in Bayswater, London. It has two false façades at numbers 23 & 24, constructed at the time of the original steam engine-hauled underground railway that had a short section exposed to the surface. Locomotives were fitted with condensers to reduce fumes, but "venting off" was still needed in open-air sections to relieve the condensers and keep the tunnels free from smoke. In this upmarket area, the railway company hid this unsightly practice from residents.
The Swan Inn (formerly thought to have been called the Saracen's Head) ia s pub on the Bayswater Road, London, dating back several centuries. Today a popular tourist haunt at the edge of Hyde Park, run by Fuller's Brewery, it was in former times a resting point for stage coaches proceeding toward London. The highwayman Claude Duval is reputed to have stopped here for his last drink on the way to his hanging at Tyburn in 1670.
Great Western Railway War Memorial
The Great Western Railway War Memorial is a monument in London, United Kingdom, to the employees of the Great Western Railway who died during the First World War, and it is situated halfway along platform 1 at London Paddington station. The stonework was designed by the architect Thomas S. Tait and the bronze figure by the sculptor Charles Sargeant Jagger, and the memorial unveiled on Armistice Day in 1922 by Viscount Churchill.
St Sophia's Cathedral, London
Saint Sophia Cathedral is a Greek Orthodox church on Moscow Road in the Bayswater area of London. It was consecrated as the Church of the Holy Wisdom (Sophia) of God (St Sophia in the vernacular) on 5 February 1882 by Antonios, Archbishop of Corfu, as a focus for the prosperous Greek community that had settled in London, particularly around Paddington, Bayswater and Notting Hill.
New West End Synagogue
The New West End Synagogue, located in St. Petersburgh Place, Bayswater, London, is one of the oldest synagogues in the United Kingdom still in active use. It is one of two synagogues which have been awarded Grade I listed status by the British government, and has been described by English Heritage as "the architectural high-water mark of Anglo-Jewish architecture". It is the UK's most popular venue for synagogue weddings and can accommodate approximately 800 people.
Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground
The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground is a memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales in Kensington Gardens, in The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London. It was erected after her death at a cost of £1.7 million on the site of the existing Peter Pan children's playground which had been founded in the time of JM Barrie's (author of Peter Pan) but it is larger and more elaborate than the original. The design, by Land Use Consultants, was inspired by Peter Pan.
Craven Hill Gardens
Craven Hill Gardens is a garden square bordering the Paddington and Bayswater areas within the City of Westminster, London. It largely consists of Victorian era properties now either hotels or residences, but is notable for the presence of The Hempel Hotel, an upmarket hotel, and Kenneth Frampton's Corringham, an architecturally interesting residential block.
The Hallfield Estate is one of several modernist housing projects in London designed in the immediate post-war period by the Tecton architecture practice, led by Berthold Lubetkin. Following the dissolution of Tecton, the project was realised by Denys Lasdun and Lindsay Drake in the 1950s. Construction took place in two phases during 1951-55 and 1955-58. The estate is at grid reference TQ260812, south of the Bishops Bridge Road in Bayswater.
The Hempel Hotel was a luxury 5-star hotel in London, England. It was located at 31-35 Craven Hill Gardens to the north of Hyde Park off Bayswater Road. It was a small boutique hotel with Zen inspiration, designed by noted designer Anouska Hempel. The design of each of the 40 rooms and 10 apartments centered around minimalistic art and the color white. It also featured a "Zen Garden".
Royal Garden Hotel
Royal Garden Hotel is a 5 red star hotel in London, England. It is located in the heart of Kensington, on Kensington High Street, overlooking Kensington Palace and gardens. The palace, Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall can all be seen from the hotel.
These districts also belong to London.
- Baker Street
- Charing Cross
- Chelsea Embankment
- Covent Garden
- East Finchley
- Herne Hill
- Maida Hill
- Maida Vale
- North Kensington
- Oxford Circus
- Queens Park
- South Bank
- South Kensington
- South Lambeth
- South West London
- St James's
- Tottenham Court Road
- West Dulwich
- West End of London
- West Norwood
- Willesden Green
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- Camden Town
- City of Westminster
- City of London
- Wood Green
- Ealing Broadway
- Enfield Town
- Potters Bar
- East Ham
West End of London: Harrow Rd/Westbourne Terrace, West End of London (source)
West End of London: Harrow Rd/Lord Hills Bridge, West End of London (source)
West End of London: Bayswater Rd/Lancaster Terrace, West End of London (source)
West End of London: Craven Rd/Eastborne Terrace, West End of London (source)
West End of London: Notting Hill Gate/Palace Grdns Ter, West End of London (source)
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