This playground was opened on 30 June 2000, in memory of the late Princess of Wales. It includes a sensory trail, teepees, a beach in the centre of which stands a pirate ship, and various toys and play sculptures. There is also an area for less able and able-bodied children to play, and develop. There is a playground café serving sandwiches, fresh salads and drinks. This playground is permanently supervised when open, and attracts 750,000 young visitors a year. The Diana Memorial Walk was laid down in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales to celebrate her love of children and inclusive nature. It links four royal parks, and is marked with 90 circular pavement plaques. It is seven miles long, and can be accessed at Kensington Gardens, leading into Hyde Park, to Green Park (with a view of Spencer House), to the Mall, and St James’s Park.
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