Kensington Palace Sightseeing Entrance Tickets
- Valid: 1 day
per group up to 2
Experience London’s Kensington Palace, a place of secret stories and public lives. Witness an exhibition on royal fashion, and see the wedding dress of Diana, Princess of Wales. You will need approximately 90-minutes to see the beautiful palace apartments. Explore the sumptuous state apartments that will lift the curtain on the lives of its resident royals, including William III, Mary II, Queen Anne and Anne's son William, the last member of the Stuart dynasty. Learn of their momentous lives and discover their sometimes heart-rending secrets. Take in the most breathtaking examples of architect and painter William Kent in the Cupola Room and King’s Grand Staircase. See the flamboyant examples of 18th-century court dress and artworks from the Royal Collection, and much more. Explore the fine art of designing for royalty. See never-before-seen items from celebrated royal couturiers of t...
Interesting information and artefacts Not sure I’d have ever visited if Princess Diana’s dress wasn’t on display
Meet your guide at the meeting point and walk to the iconic Kensington Palace. On a guided tour of the palace’s gardens, walk around the immaculately-maintained grounds where you will be given interesting insights into the history of the royal family and Britain's most beloved drink: tea. Kensington Palace is most well known for being home to members of the British royal family like Princess Diana, Prince Harry, and now Prince William and Kate Middleton (along with Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte). See the famous Sunken Garden before ending the walk with an indulgent high tea in the breathtaking surroundings of Kensington Palace Pavilion. You will be served a selection of afternoon tea sandwiches which include classics such as egg mayonnaise and cress, smoked salmon and cream cheese, roast ham and English mustard, and cucumber and fresh mint. Taste traditional scon...
Very well organised experience. David our guide, gave very interesting facts along the way especially about Oliver Cromwell which I didn’t know. Sitting down to High Tea was very enjoyable with the group and hearing more interesting facts from David.
Discover what dinosaurs looked like and see a replica of the Earth's core at the Natural History Museum. Examine fossils and extinct animals, such as the dodo. Next, visit the Victoria and Albert Museum to explore the world's largest collection of decorative arts and design. Get some time for a cup of tea in the Victorian-era café. Then, take a short walking tour of the upscale Kensington neighborhood to view its neoclassical buildings. Admire the red-brick Royal Albert Hall and see the memorial to Prince Albert at the entrance to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. Go for a walk in the park to look at the statue of Peter Pan and the Italian Garden.
Your local guide will meet either meet you at your hotel or at the tour starting point of St. James Park Underground Station. The walk starts by heading to St James’ Park, built by King Henry VIII and so the oldest Royal Park in London. The park is renowned for its wonderful variety of birds that live in and around the lake. Next up you will visit the first of several Royal Palaces and walk a short distance to St. James’ Palace. This old palace used to be the residence of the monarch until 1837. These days it is occupied by Prince Charles, the Duchess of York and Prince Harry. From here you will walk along Londons primary ceremonial road, The Mall which leads to Buckingham Palace but before you get to the home of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, you will see Clarence House, a home with a lengthy Royal history that for many decades was the residence of the Queen Mother. There is no avoiding the ...
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Excellent tour of Victoria apartments and the kings state rooms. Lovely to see the royal clothing especially Princess Diana’s wedding dress. The gardens are beautiful and the Victoria sponge from the cafe was amazing!!! Overall really good tour and a must do whilst in London.
Smooth booking and updates across the board including g online help chat as was slightly confused by the ‘ voucher exchange’ that appears within tickets etc
Beautiful place to visit. Palace is stunning and it sits in a lovely park. The fashion history was interesting and loved seeing Diana’s dress
Good system for entering palace and also excellent when in building.
Everything as expected most if all Princess Diana's wedding dress.