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Hitchcock's Kensington

Tour Kensington's contemporary scene

London 1 day 4 stops 4.3 hours All Season 3255

ABOUT THIS TRAIL

Rightly referred to as “the master of suspense”, Alfred Hitchcock had undoubtedly depicted the British as more than just a bunch of tea sippers. A skilled and brilliant director, Hitchcock had shown many of his predecessors, that there was real artistry and flair required to produce a thriller classic. Of humble east-end beginnings, Hitchcock’s personal railroad took him far and wide across London, particularly towards Kensington. Kensington became the heart of where his directing, his artistic curiosity, and family, flourished. Experience the cinematic inspiration that emerged from Kensington's streets.

       Kensington became the heart of where his directing flourished. Experience the cinematic inspiration that emerged from Kensington's streets.




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POINTS

Alfred Hitchcock's blue plaque

London Oratory

Daphne's

Saatchi Gallery

Nahla Idris

Writer, mad about London.





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