A visit to Princess Diana Memorial Fountains, London
•*¨*•✩✬ I visited the Princess Diana Memorial Fountains early in May. It’s a beautiful place to go surrounded by lots of water. The attraction is situated in Hyde Park – London.
It’s a beautiful attraction to visit on a warm, sunny day. Surrounded by nicely cut grass and trees… all you hear in the background, is the continual sound of gushing water, as it swirls and twists in different directions. You can sit by the water feature and place your feet in it. The water level is low and safe, so kids are able to walk in the fountain and have fun. I took a few photos with my mobile phone. All below.
It also has a Memorial Walk, which is 7 miles long and takes people through 4 of the most beautiful parks in the world - St James Park / Green Park / Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and famous buildings associated with Princess Diana during her life time.
The Memorial Walk
The Memorial Fountains
Also nearby you can sit and relax infront of a lake, or be brave and hire a little boat. If you still have some energy left, then you can visit the Serpentine Gallery which is just a 10 minute walk from the Memorial fountains.
Lake opposite the Memorial Fountains - Boats available for hire
Safe for kids to play in
Lots of ducks to feed or take photos of
The Opening times are: Apr to Aug 10am-8pm / Sep 10am-7pm / Mar & Oct 10am-6pm / Nov to Feb 10am-4pm.
- It's FREE
- Nearest Underground Station: Knightsbridge.
- Full Address: Hyde Park, London W2 2UH.
- Access: It has a path suitable for wheelchair users.
- Bikes can also be hired in the Park.
- Wear comfortable walking shoes.
- Princess Diana, Harrods & Fayeds Unbreakable Bond
A look at the special bond between Princess Diana and the Al Fayeds.