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Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain

Diana, Princess of Wales
Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park

A memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales was opened by Her Majesty The Queen on July 6, 2004 in London's Hyde Park.

The Memorial — containing 545 pieces of Cornish granite — has become one of London's most popular attractions, drawing over one million visitors a year.

Opening Times
Apr-Aug: 10am-8pm
Sept: 10am-7pm
Mar-Oct: 10am-6pm
Nov-Feb 10am-4pm

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Diana, Princess of Wales
Memorial Fountain

Princess Diana's Charities

  • The Royal Marsden Hospital
  • The National Aids Trust
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital
  • The Leprosy Mission
  • The English National Ballet

Prince William and Prince Harry's Charities

  • Centrepoint
  • Sentebale

Princess Diana - 10 Year Memorial Service

A Princess Diana Memorial Service took place in London on August 31, 2007 — exactly 10 years from the princess's death in a Paris car crash (1997).



Concert for Diana, Wembley Statium, London, UK

The Concert for Diana
Wembley Stadium
July 1, 2007

Prince William and Prince Harry hosted the "Concert for Diana" on July 1, 2007 — it would have been the Princess's 46th birthday and 10 years since her death.

Wembley Stadium for Concert for Diana in London, UK

More than 60,000 people gathered at the new £757 million Wembley Stadium for the celebration of her life. It was one of the first events to take place in the new Wembley Stadium.

Tickets for the concert were £45. They went on sale at 9am on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 and were sold out in 20 minutes.

All proceeds from the concert went to charities supported by the late Princess and Princes.

People around the world watched the concert online at the web site or watched the TV broadcast of the concert on July 1st.

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Concert for Diana Web site
Wembley Stadium Web site

Wembley Stadium, London, UK

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