Here is a small pond with fountains that is just behind the palace.
Just beyond the Prince Albert Memorial and stepping out of the park, you approach Royal Albert Hall . It is another ornate structure that takes some time to digest all the of intricacies of its design. It was built to fulfill Prince Albert's vision-a structure that would be used to promote the arts and sciences. The hall is plays host to concerts, exhibits, and scientific discussions.
It is surrounded by many museums, one of which is the Victoria and Albert Museum, which is where I was headed!
Most tea lovers know that Queen Victoria was an avid tea drinker She gave rise to the Victoria tea parties! How befitting that the museum with her name on it would house a large collection of historical tea objects along with many other historical items dating back for centuries.