(best. neighbors. ever.)
One of the things that makes the Noyes Children's Library so special is its location. Tucked into a residential neighborhood that was first developed in 1893, Noyes shares its charm and fairytale appearance with houses that boast turrets and towers and amazing architectural details. The Town is home to no less than seven parks, each with a unique appeal. Kensington has been designated a "Tree City, U.S.A." for its wealth of green space.
Please click on the images below to find out more about the Town of Kensington. Explore its parks, antique shops, restaurants and bakeries, train station, and more!
Noyes Children's Library borders Warner Circle Park, with Kensington founder Brainard Warner's mansion, carriage house and spacious grounds. Click here to learn about the Warner Circle Committee's work to find a suitable use for this beautiful historic property.