Kensington Palace Experiences & Tickets

Take a tour of Kensington Palace. As the former childhood residence of Queen Victoria, Kensington Palace exudes opulence and majesty. Its stunning Jacobean architecture never ceases to amaze. If you’re looking for a great way to spend a day out in London, go no further than the Albert Hall and V&A Museum. With a pavilion and an orangery, you may spend the day wandering around the grounds of the palace. You may also go out to dine and have a delicious dinner, or you can have a royal breakfast at the Pavilion.

What’s on the Inside? The Royal Residence of Kensington TRH’s official house. There are several rooms to explore inside Kensington Palace, which belongs to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plus their children. Take your time roaming around the magnificent palace, which includes The Queen’s State Apartments and The King’s Gallery that display some of the best artworks in the Royal Collection. As a token of gratitude, this is the appropriate present for a royal excursion.

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                  What's to discover in Kensington Palace?

                  Royals have used the State Apartments since the 18th century, and you will be able to see some of the most famous paintings in the world, including works by Rembrandt, Vermeer and Rubens. There are also furniture, porcelain, clocks and other objects from the Royal Collection. You can also see the famous balcony where Lady Diana Spencer gave her wedding speech to millions of people in 1981.

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                  The Queen's Gallery is home to a rotating exhibition of art from the Royal Collection. This is the most extensive collection of art globally, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, jewellery, and other objects from Europe and the world.

                  Please also check out The Diana: Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, which was opened by HRH The Prince of Wales in April 2000. It is a beautiful, natural playground perfect for children of all ages. With a climbing wall, an adventure trail and a sensory garden, there's plenty to keep the little ones occupied for hours on end. And if you need a break, enjoy a cup of tea in the café while you watch your children play.

                  Kensington Palace is one of London's most popular tourist attractions, so be sure to book your tickets online in advance to avoid disappointment!

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