Why West London is so cool

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Whether you dance the day away at Notting Hill, stroll along Bayswater, or feast on quality food in one of the many different venues, you’ll find west London is full of vibrant areas, green spaces, and cultural attractions. Welcome to West London!

Time Out has put together a list of must-do appointments including deer hunting in Richmond Park; exploring giant greenhouses in Kew Gardens; rummaging through vintage gems in Portobello Road Market; spotting cute little narrowboats in Little Venice; partying at Notting Hill Carnival; getting lost in the hedge maze of Hampton Court Palace; finding the Japanese garden in Holland Park; drinking all the gin at Sipsmith Distillery.

The Londonist adds a few non-touristy things like visiting the Museum of Brands, Packaging, and Advertising in Notting Hil or the Ruislip Lido Railway. Also tucked away in a western corner of London (Pinner to be exact) is the Heath Robinson Museum, and the Electric Cinema experience in Notting Hill.

Traditionally the capital’s rich and famous domain, West London’s attractions include world-class museums, shopping, galleries, entertainment, and even a royal palace.

At this time of year, with spring beginning to show its full beauty, one of the coolest things about West Londo is experiencing the parks.

Relaxing in the sun and sharing a meal with friends; or spending a day outdoors into the evening, then stretching out for dinner, a few drinks, and some music.

At this point, it’s pointless to add what’s missing to these lists of ideas about things to do in West London. A visit to Seasons! Come to us and try some of the freshest and tastiest food in the area. So come on, book a table in one of our bistros or in our flagship restaurant in Mayfair!

“In London, everyone is different, and that means anyone can fit in.,” Paddington Bear, the 20th-century friendly and polite bear from Peru (“A Bear Called Paddington” book).