Photographs of the Park

Holland House viewed from the South.

The forecourt is used during the summer for performances of the Holland Park Opera Season.

Holland House viewed from the North lawn.

The playing field with the old Commonwealth Institute building in the background.

The Ice House (rear left) with the William Pye fountain (foreground) donated by The Friends.
The Friend's latest donation ia a pair of circular tree benches near to the Kensington High Street entrance.

Kyoto Garden looking North.

Kyoto Garden

The Kyoto Garden, opened during the Japan Festival in 1991, was designed and built by the Kyoto Garden Association and sponsored by the Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The protected natural woodland.

One of the lovely peacocks which adorn the Park and often join in the opera performances during the summer!

The canopy and reception area for Opera Holland Park.

A major donation was the bronze figure of 'Milo of Croton' in the Dutch Garden, officially presented to the Borough on 28th July 2003 by Sir Angus Stirling, President of the Friends of Holland Park, and unveiled by Richard Walker-Arnott, at that time The Royal Borough's Cabinet Member for Environmental Health, Leisure and Waste Management.

Sir Angus described the character of Milo and the background to his life and this was added to by Richard Walker-Arnott.