London Parks & Gardens Trust
Anticlockwise Kensington Walk
Kensington Gate Gardens
Leave Kensington Gardens at Palace Gate and go down the street named Palace Gate, opposite. Where the road swerves to left, you come to Kensington Gate on the left.
The private communal gardens were provided for residents of houses of Kensington Gate, which was developed in 1852 on the site of the old workhouse, demolished in 1849. The land was owned by the Trustees of the Campden Charities estate, one of the three estates in this area, the largest and also the first to be built on. The garden square has mature planes and ornamental trees and shrubs.