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Rated 4.9 by 522,194+ people

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Frequently
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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Kensington?

    The price for luggage storage near Kensington starts from just £3.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Kensington?

    There are multiple locations in the Kensington area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near St. Albans City Station, Redhill Railway Station (RDH), and Terminal 5C and all over London.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Kensington?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Kensington.

  • Are there storage lockers near Kensington?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Kensington area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Kensington and in the broader London area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Kensington?

    Popular metro stations like Waterloo London Underground Station, Oxford Circus London Underground Station, or Embankment London Underground Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within London near Kensington, you may be close to some bus stations: Victoria Coach Station, Victoria Coach Station Arrivals Hall, or Stamford Brook Bus Garage. If traveling by train, London Paddington Railway Station (PAD), London St Pancras International Railway Station (STP), and London Liverpool Street Railway Station (LST) are nearest to Kensington.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Kensington?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Kensington are GLH Hotels - Amba Hotel Marble Arch Costa Store, Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington, and London Hilton on Park Lane. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Kensington are The Green Man, No 8 Willesden, and Generator London.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Kensington?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Kensington are EL&N London, North Audley Cantine, and Hideaway.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Kensington?

    Check out the nearby Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and Regent's Park.

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About Kensington 

Posh, upmarket, and rich in culture are just a few ways to describe London’s Kensington neighborhood. The large district borders Chelsea, Fulham, and Hammersmith and is easy to reach from central London. Several tube stations provide service to Kensington, and there are even National Rail routes that drop off passengers minutes from famous attractions. 

Some of London’s top museums reside in Kensington and draw thousands of visitors to the affluent community. Whether you love science, history, art, or design, Kensington is bound to have a museum that piques your interests. Budget travelers will be happy to know that many of Kensington’s museums have no entry fee.

Nature lovers have a twinkle in their eyes when discovering the tranquil gardens, tree-lined avenues, and serene ponds inside Kensington’s urban parks. Locals and tourists flock to the district’s green spaces in droves during sunny days in London. 

If you can’t get enough of Kensington in just one day, there are hotels for every type of budget. From 4-star hotels lining Cromwell Road to modest stays around Earl’s Court, you’re sure to find the right accommodations after picking up your luggage in Kensington.

Want to explore London beyond Kensington? We have more than a hundred partners who offer luggage storage in London. Take a look at our map find the perfect place to store your bags next.

Things to do in Kensington 

Kensington is beloved for its cultural institutions, beautiful parks, and an abundance of classy restaurants. There are lots of compelling activities to keep any traveler busy day or night. 

Even though Kensington is among London’s most affluent neighborhoods, you don’t need a hefty budget to have a fun afternoon here. Free activities for all ages are everywhere in this posh district, and you’re bound to leave with heartfelt memories or cherished souvenirs.

  • Witness a concert inside the prestigious Royal Albert Hall
  • Learn about all sorts of wildlife at the Natural History Museum
  • Browse through millions of brilliant human works of art at the Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Watch a blockbuster film at Fulham Road Picturehouse 
  • Visit the Leighton House Museum to admire its colorful paintings and majestic Arab Hall
  • Discover the latest trends in modern design, fashion, and architecture at the vastly underrated Design Museum
  • Have a fantastic Indian meal at Dishoom Kensington
  • Take a stroll through the Princess Diana Memorial Garden and smell the fragrance of its blooming flowers
  • Stop by The Churchill Arms, Kensington for a pint of ale and check out the unique collection of Winston Churchill mementos   

Transit Options in Kensington 

  • London Underground via Kensington, South Kensington, Gloucester Road, Holland Park, Notting Hill Gate, or Queensway stations
  • National Rail via Kensington (Olympia) station 
  • Heathrow Express to the Paddington Station and transfer to the Circle or District line on the London Underground

Luggage Storage near Kensington 

Kensington is jam-packed with exciting activities, and it’s smart to travel light while walking around the district. Bounce has convenient storage locations near Kensington to help you explore the area at your leisure. 

The district has several fascinating museums and breathtaking architecture and having a heavy bag will only slow you down. With the help of London luggage storage facilities, you won’t have to worry about waiting around to have your bags checked to enter Kensington’s world-renowned museums.  

Attractions and Activities near Kensington 

  • Kensington Gardens: One of the Royal Parks of London and beside the famous Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens offers residents a peaceful retreat from city life. The public space is a popular outing for joggers, cyclists, families, and wildlife enthusiasts. Music often fills the airwaves while tourists and locals lounge on the grassy lawns for a relaxing picnic.
    Walking paths decorated with lush trees and radiant gardens wind through the park, and two playgrounds give kids lots of room to burn off energy. Fountains and statues dot the landscape, and the 7-mile Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Walk passes many of the park’s famous monuments. Some of the notable features inside Kensington Gardens include the Peter Pan statue, Italian Garden fountains, and The Albert Memorial.
    Swans, ducks, and pigeons mingle around the Round Pond, and it’s common to find lots of squirrels scurrying around the trees. Many locals bring their four-legged friends to give dog-loving tourists plenty of chances to meet new furry friends.
  • Kensington Palace: A trip to Kensington Gardens wouldn’t be complete without stopping by the sumptuous Kensington Palace on its grounds. The royal residence has housed members of the British Royal Family for centuries and shows off numerous works of art from the Royal Collection.
    Historically, Kensington Palace was a humble abode for younger members of The Royal Family and the residence in which Queen Victoria spent her youth. The palace fell into disarray in the late 19th century, but Queen Victoria was steadfast about restoring her childhood home. By the Queen’s birthday in 1899, the adorned State Rooms were opened to public eyes.
    Visitors get the opportunity to relive the childhood years of Queen Victoria by stepping inside her former room and exhibits featuring her childhood toys. Dresses from Princess Diana are also on display, and you get a sense of the fashion styles of The Royal Family.
  • Holland Park:  Holland Park is a lesser-known public space amongst tourists, but locals cherish its serenity and multitude of play areas. The Kyoto Garden and its tumbling waterfall are a standout feature adding a soothing calmness away from the urban bustle. Home to an Ecology Centre, the park hosts educational activities for local children, and visitors often spot peacocks roaming the park.
    There are lots of sports facilities for visitors looking to play football, tennis, golf, cricket, or netball. Many walking programs also wind through the tree-lined paths inside the park to keep the community active. Holland Park Adventure Playground is the star attraction for kids, but the Toddler Play Area is an alternative for parents with younger children.
    If you’re looking for refreshments, the Holland Park Café is a charming spot to unwind and sip on a tasty brew. For fine dining, check out The Belvedere for world-class European dining during your time in Kensington.

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