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THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 23RD NOVEMBER 2013

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Underground Stations

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South Kensington Tube Station

Pelham Street, London, South Kensington, SW7 2NB

5 mins from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

Gloucester Road Tube Station

Gloucester Road, London, South Kensington, SW7 4SF

7 mins from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

High Street Kensington Tube Station

Kensington High Street, London, Kensington, W8 5SA

13 mins from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

Mainline Stations

Distance

Paddington Railway Station

Praed Street, London, Paddington, W2 1HQ , Underground lines: Hammersmith & City, District, Circle, Bakerloo

27 mins from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

Victoria Railway Station

Terminus Place, London, Victoria, SW1V 1JU , Underground lines: District, Circle, Victoria

27 mins from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

Kensington Olympia Railway Station

Olympia Way, London, Kensington, W14 0NE

28 mins from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

Docklands Light Railway

Distance

Bank

Cornhill , London, City, EC3V 3LA , Underground lines: Waterloo & City, Northern, Central, DLR (Bank Branch)

3.93 miles from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

Tower Gateway

Minories, London, City, EC3N 1JL , Underground lines: DLR (Tower Gateway Branch)

4.49 miles from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

Shadwell DLR Station

Cable Street, London, Tower Hamlets, E1 2QF , Underground lines: DLR (Bank Branch)

5.25 miles from Science Night (Brownie groups only)

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The London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

The London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Kensington and Chelsea Kensington and Chelsea is renowned for its thriving, cosmopolitan atmosphere. The borough has many famous shopping areas including the King's Road, High Street Kensington and Knightsbridge, home to Harrods. Escape the crowds with a stroll through one of several beautiful parks or visit one of the area's many amazing museums, including the Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum. Other attractions in the borough include Kensington Palace - former home of the late Diana, Princess of Wales. In the South-West of the borough is Notting Hill, one of the most attractive parts of London and home to Portobello Road Market and Europe's biggest street party, Notting Hill Carnival, which takes place at the end of August.

 
 

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