This beautiful pub in England is a very special and unique place to visit. Even if you are not in favor of a drink in a pub, the exterior will make you reach for your camera. The Churchill Arms pub in Kensington celebrated its 270th birthday in 2020.
Built in 1750, Winston Churchill’s grandparents were regular visitors. After World War 2 the pub was named Churchill Arms. Inside you will find many Churchill memorabilia. Importantly this pub in Church Street is also well situated near Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens, Holland Park, and the National History and Science Museum. Therefore you will have an excellent place to rest your tired feet after all the sightseeing.
A: 119 Kensington Church Street, London WB 7LN, United Kingdom
By Bus: Routes 27, 28, 31, 52, and 70 passes by close to the pub.
By Tube: Notting Hill Gate or High Street Kensington is your best bet – but Bayswater, Holland Park, and other stops are walkable.
By Train: London Paddington is just a short hop on the tube from Notting Hill Gate. Marylebone is close too.
In my opinion, it will be very difficult to sit down in the pub, even with tired feet. Clearly, the exterior which is just covered with flowers will have you hopping around for the best angle for that perfect photo. Without a doubt, the Churchill Arms pub deserves to be famous. In particular, they also had the honor to be a Chelsea Flower show winner. What an accomplishment.
Serving delicious Thai food alongside their ales, the pub is the perfect lunchtime retreat. Remember to put The Churchill Arms pub on your travel list when visiting the UK next time. Undoubtedly this is something for those people in search of extraordinary places to visit.
..while you’re in London