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Kenwood House is a fantastic day out for the whole family. Kenwood House is a former stately home, located on the northern boundary of Hampstead Heath. It was originally built in the 17th Century and the Earls of Mansfield lived here through the 18th and 19th Centuries. Kenwood House is one of London’s hidden gems. It is surrounded by tranquil landscaped gardens that visitors can enjoy exploring. The stunning interior and magnificent world class art collection are well worth a visit. There is also a café to relax in and children’s activities to keep the little ones entertained.
As with most popular attractions, parking at Kenwood House gets very busy and it can be tricky to find a parking spot if you don’t plan in advance. It is recommended that drivers investigate their parking options in advance before setting off for their day out at Kenwood House.
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Make parking at Kenwood House a breeze with some planning in advance.
There are limited car parking facilities available at Kenwood House. Parking charges apply, but members of English Heritage can park for free. There are disabled parking bays available at Kenwood House. There is also a transfer service available for those who would have difficulty walking from the car park to the House and the Restaurant. Parking at Kenwood House is only suitable for vehicles that can fit within a marked bay 4.66m x 2.35m.
Alternatively, free Kenwood House parking is available on Hampstead Lane nearby.
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If you’re staying in the area near Kenwood House and are looking for other things to do, you won’t be disappointed as there are plenty of nearby attractions. Visitors will enjoy wandering through the charming cobbled streets of Hampstead Village, exploring the local shops, cafes and pubs.
Kenwood House is located at the northern boundary of Hampstead Heath. This wonderfully wild area covers 791 acres and includes woodlands, playing fields, swimming ponds, and meadows of tall grass. It has provided the inspiration for many films, books and poems. The woodlands and ponds of Hampstead Heath are popular with walkers and they offer some of the best views of London. During the hot summer period, a visit to the Hampstead Ponds is a must for a refreshing dip. On breezy days, take your kite along to the top of Parliament Hill which is a popular destination.
Another highlight is the Hampstead Pergola and Hill Garden. The Hill Garden is a beautiful landscaped garden which used to be the private garden of a manor house. The house has now been demolished but the lovely garden remains for visitors to enjoy. The Pergola overlooks West Heath and is one of the hidden delights of Hampstead Heath.
For something a little different, why not take a visit to the nearby Freud Museum? This was the final home of Sigmund Freud, the well-known psychoanalyst. Visitors can look around the house and see Freud’s study with the famous psychoanalytic couch. Also in this area, just a short walk away from the Freud Museum, is the Camden Arts Centre. This is a lively hub for contemporary arts. Within walking distance of the Freud Museum, there are also the homes of poet John Keats, architect Erno Goldfinger, and Fenton House, which is a 17th Century merchant’s home.
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The nearest train stations to Kenwood House are Gospel Oak and Hampstead Heath.
The nearest tube stations to Kenwood House are Golders Green and Archway. You can then catch the connection bus service 210 to Kenwood House from these underground stations.
The Transport for London 210 bus service travels to and from Kenwood House. The bus service H3 also passes within a short walking distance of Kenwood House.
Disabled Parking at Kenwood House
There are disabled parking bays available at Kenwood House. There is also a transfer service available for those who would have difficulty walking from the car park to the House and the Restaurant. You must make sure that your Blue Badge is displayed on your windscreen if you are parking in a designated disabled parking bay.
There is no electric vehicle charging stations currently at Kenwood House. However, electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations nearby. A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Do I need to display a Blue Badge to park in a disabled parking bay at Kenwood House?
Yes, you do. Remember to always display your Blue Badge clearly if you are parking in an accessible parking bay at Kenwood House.
Can I travel to Kenwood House on the tube?
Not directly, but you can travel to Golders Green or Archway tube stations and then catch the connecting bus service 210 to Kenwood House.
What postcode should I use for my Sat Nav to travel to Kenwood House?
For traveling to Kenwood House, use the postcode NW3 7JR for your Sat Nav.
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