Hyde Park is well represented there, with the stunning Italian fountains, the meandering Serpentine for boating, fishing and simply reflecting. While in the park, take in a concert, just as in real life, concerts take place in the park, live bands and tribute bands too. They draw crowds so make sure you are not late. The Dell Cafe is also part of the scene in Second life, complete with a resident mermaid – something you never find in real life!
After your visit to the park, go find Big Ben, inside the Clock Tower. There is also a viewing room behind the clock face and a bell tower, where you can see and listen to all the Westminster bells.
In Kensington there is a complete replica of Kensington High Street. The Barkers building and Derry and Toms have been transformed into their former glory. For weddings,St Mary Abbot’s church is available. Speak with Siggy of you want to get married there. Again, do it in good time, as there is a waiting list.
All in all, London in Second Life is a ‘must’ to visit. Here is your link to come and join us in the fun: