Brompton Cemetery is a London cemetery, in West Brompton. The cemetery opened in 1840 and it comes with a beautiful restored chapel.
While the cemetery is worth a visit, the new cafe by the North Lodge is not. The food is under average, the service is poor, they try to encourage costumers by adverts with discounts or lunch menus, but they don’t write that these are only offers during certain times.
Instead of visiting the cafe, you should bring your own picnic, on the side of the cemetery is a seating area for picnics and social gatherings.
Between the trees you can explore memorials of artists, actors, activists and industrialists, as well as soldiers, scientists, sportspeople and socialites.
The royal park website gives an overview of famous people who are buried on the cemetery.