I heard about Kensington Roof Gardens on Instagram earlier this year, and I’ve been wanting to visit ever since. This week I finally got the opportunity to go – and it’s amazing!
The garden was created in 1936 on the sixth floor of a building in the centre of Kensington, London. It’s currently owned by the Virgin company and can be hired out for private functions – but on some days it’s open to the public.
There are four garden areas: the Spanish garden, Tudor garden, English Woodland garden and Wildlife garden. Together, they create a beautiful and tranquil oasis, only a short hop from central London.
To find out more, visit the Kensington Roof Gardens website.
Photos and video shot on iPhone6.