To the right of the Palace you pass the Canada Gate, erected in 1906, the ceremonial entrance to Green Park.
Following the wall which surrounds Buckingham Palace Gardens, the walk takes you up Constitution Hill with the Memorial Gates at the top. The gates are four stone columns topped with a bronze urn. Carved on the side of the columns are the names of all the Commonwealth countries that fought alongside the UK in the 2WW.
Apsley House also known as 'Number One London'. This was the home of the Duke Of Wellington, after his victory over Napoleon at Waterloo.The house stands on its own next to the entrance to Hyde Park.
Grand Entrance Gates to Hyde Park. This is one of eight Royal parks in London.
This is the Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Fountain. The fountain was opened by the Queen in July 2004. The water flows from the highest point in two directions meeting in a calm pool at the bottom.
Leaving Kensington Gardens through the Black Lion gate takes you onto the Bayswater Road.