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Kensington boasts a plethora of places for you and your elite Kensington escort from Blue Velvet Girls to visit. You should not miss these things to do in Kensington that you should not miss, from Museum Mile to beautiful gardens and parks. There's no getting around it: this is one of London's wealthiest areas, complete with fashionable cafés, charming pubs, boutiques, and fine restaurants – indeed, there's even a royal palace (Kensington Palace) thrown in for good measure.

Kensington is a must-see whether you're a native Londoner or just passing through for a few days and enjoying one of our sexy London escorts. When you're on a dinner date, or just an hourly don't miss out on these fantastic things to do in Kensington.

Visit the Royal Albert Hall for a concert
Kensington residents have always appreciated the most delicate things in life. As a result, it's no surprise that The Royal Albert Hall in the borough hosts some of the country's most prestigious arts and cultural events. The famous music hall accommodates a plethora of high-profile events and performances. Even if it's not generally your thing, purchasing a ticket is a great reason to dress up and check out the fantastic decor with your Kensington escort, or perhaps one of our published model escorts in London.

Take a stroll in Kensington Gardens
The 'Royal Gardens' of London are all lovely, but Kensington Gardens are particularly so. It's no wonder that JM Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan, was captivated by the gardens — there's even a statue dedicated to him. (Hint: Peter is hanging out near the Long Water.) It's a lovely place to enjoy a romantic time with one (or two) of BLue Velvet Girls' elite London escorts in Kensington.,

The Design Museum
What is the definition of excellent design? It's a question that most of us haven't given much thought to - we know we hadn't before visiting The Design Museum. The museum's goal is to open your eyes to all of the great designs that we take for granted - the famous things that we use every day without giving them a second thought. The tube map, BMX bikes, wishbone chairs, and even a modest Biro are all included. You'll never look at commonplace objects the same way again.
Well, this is actually in Holland Park, but considering its proximity to Kensington, it would be remiss of us not to include it in our list of things to do in London W8 with a sexy Kensington escort..

Check out the Kensington Palace
This magnificent residence is home to a number of young(ish) members of the House of Windsor to whom Queen Elizabeth II gave lodgings. Most famously, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (also known as Kate and Wills) live in a "modest" 20-room "apartment" with their lovely children. Princess Eugenie and her husband, as well as a handful of Queen Elizabeth's relatives, live at Kensington Palace. It's a big family gathering.
The overall effect is stunning, and most of it is accessible to the general public. While you won't be able to see Kate's personal wardrobe, many stylish pieces will be on display for the public to see.
There's also a lovely garden where you can relax with your London escorts and think about the events of “The Crown.”

The Victoria and Albert Museum to learn about art and design (V&A)
The Victoria & Albert Museum is the world's biggest museum dedicated to applied design. It will take some time to appreciate the V&A in its entirety. The entire museum is impressively large, spanning five hectares and housing over 2.25 million pieces. The collections span over 5,000 years and include a wide range of styles such as jewelry, prints, and metalwork. There are other exhibitions to choose from, but the Islamic collection is one of the most remarkable in the Western world. With so many accolades, you have to be enticed to go see it for yourself!

Go to Harrods
Harrods is a real London landmark. It was founded in 1824 and has since evolved to become Europe's largest department store and one of Kensington's most popular tourist destinations, though technically it is located in neighbouring Knightsbridge. Hundreds of thousands of people are enticed out of their pounds every year by this shopper's paradise. Ironically, for a business whose motto is "all goods for all people, everywhere," you'd have to be relatively wealthy to buy anything more than a chocolate bar.
But, hey, Harrods is the place to be if you want to feel glamorous. From the most opulent dining sets to the most up-to-date designer collections, there's something for everyone to some degree. The store has many restaurants too, though probably not the ideal place to dinner date with your Kensington escort from Blue Velvet


There are alternatives for people who don't want to spend a small fortune on a new watch.