Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

From 1 March: Kensington Palace has been sent to Queensland, Victoria, more recently Diana, Princess of Wales.

Normal Ticket Price: Adult £ 19.50, Child £ 9.70

Available from March 1, 2019

Step into > Kensington Palace boasts exquisite Jacobean architecture dating back to 1605, acres of manicured gardens, and a world-famous Orangery, and much more.

This incredible building is the official residence of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children, as well as a long line of royals before them. Explore Queen Caroline’s Cabinet of Curiosities, The King’s Staircases, and Queen Mary’s State Apartments.

Once you’ve seen it all, take a walk around the 30-acres of Palace Garden and explore this oasis right in the heart of the capital. Check out the sunken garden which is home to impressive floral displays all year round. The Palace hosts ever-changing array of exhibitions, so be sure to check out the website before you go to make the most of your visit.


  • King’s Staircase and the frescoes of the court of King George I
  • Queen Mary’s State Apartments are preserved over time
  • Wander the 30-acres of Palace Gardens, see the Sunken Garden, and explore the incredible array of flora and fauna
  • Queen Caroline’s fascinating Cabinet of Curiosities

D >Mary II was a keen collector of Chinese porcelain, a 1697 booklet that covered over 800 items
  • Composer Handel was invited to the palace to perform King George II, who was looking for a fan that he gave Trade British citizenship. Handel was originally from Germany, like the King himself.
  • Queen Victoria, the second-longest reigning monarch, spent her childhood in the palace
  • Leonardo da Vinci drawings what miraculously found in the palace in 1778 and sent to Windsor Castle
  • During the Great War in 1914, Princess Louise allowed injured soldiers to rest and recover in private homes
  • Do not miss:

    The Pavilion

    The Kensington Palace Pavilion is the perfect place for a relaxing bite to eat at the beautiful grounds. There’s a host of tempting food available, including a classic afternoon tea – a must when visiting a Royal Palace.

    Sunken Gardens

    Green-fingered types do not want to miss this impressive area. It was planted in 1908 and displays on abundance of blooms all year round, and if you’re visiting between April and October, you’ll be rewarded with an exotic array of flowers. Among the 30 acres of land and gardens, the Sunken Gardens adds to the quiet tranquility of Kensington Palace and is the perfect place to take a moment away from the crowds.

    Top tip:

    British Sign Language Tours and Describer Tours are partially sighted. The King and Queen’s State Apartments and Victoria Revealed book.

    How to get there:

    – Kensington High Street (district and circle lines)
    – Queensway (central line)
    – Kensington Palace is located in zone 1 of the London Transport Network

    Available from March 1, 2019

    The London Pass offers the option of a variety of attractions at discounted rates compared to the single entry rates on site.
    Uwe Bommersheim from Germany

    Definitely recommendable! The London Pass is really a good thing, if you want to see a lot of London and also want to experience some culture of the city you should definitely get it. It is also good that you have a choice of different passes, one or more days, with or without a subway map. Also, the order worked wonderfully and he arrived in time for the holiday.
    K. Sommer from Germany

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