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Kensington Palace, a palace of secret stories and public lives has been influenced by generations of royal woman. Experience life as a 17th and 18th century royal courtier whilst making your way through the magnificent King’s and Queen’s State Apartments adorned with magnificent paintings from the Royal Collection. Victoria Revealed, set within the rooms Victoria lived as a child, this exhibition explores her life and reign as wife, mother, Queen and Empress.
Visit the glittering court of George II and Queen Caroline where the most influential thinkers of the age gathered to discuss everything from fashion and art to science and philosophy. Explore the sumptuously restored King’s State Apartments, gamble like a courtier, enjoy Georgian music and join Queen Caroline while her ladies dress her in her finery.
Entrance to The Glorious Georges and non-ticketed events are included in Kensington Palace admission.
Why not combine your visit to Kensington Palace with Windsor Castle to save on entry to both attractions.
Kensington Palace unveils a palace of secret stories and public lives following a £12m major project to create a palace for everyone.
Visitors to Kensington Palace arrive through newly landscaped gardens and entrance hall to journey through the magnificent Kings and Queen’s State Apartments as a courtier. Filled with stories of two royal courts; the House of Stuart and the House of Hanover 1698 -1714, your success will depend on who you know, how you behave and how you dress. The rewards are great, but there are pitfalls along the way!
Victoria Revealed, an exciting new permanent exhibition set within the rooms Victoria grew up in as a child, explores her life and reign through her own words. Imagine how she felt at just 17 years old on her first day as Queen at Kensington Palace, discover her romantic side through letters and gifts exchanged with Prince Albert and take a peep at moments of family life with her children.
Dates & Times
Mar - Oct:
10.00 - 18.00 (last entry 17.00)
Nov - Feb:
10.00 - 17.00 (last entry 16.00)
Closed 26 – 30 January 2015
- 4 January 2016 – 11 February 2016 – Fashion Rules exhibition closed for re-presentation work.
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20 August 2015
The visit was great, the palace is worth visiting, the cafe at the palace is great as well.
Make sure you print out the ticket since they can't use a digital copy!
29 July 2015
Very interesting palace, better than expected, with lots of photo opportunities.
7 July 2015
Very easy to use the website, printed out e-tickets and took them on the day. Saved a lot of money. Excellent website.
11 April 2015
Enjoyed the visit to Kensington. It's a beautiful palace and there was a lot of history regarding Queen Victoria which was very interesting. I would have liked to have seen more about Princess Diana than the one photograph and four dresses that were on display. All in all worth a visit for the money.
2 April 2015
Great day out , went by train with my sister , Kensington Palace lovely , But disappointed with cafe , Serve you food with plastic knives and forks , Try eating a soup with a plastic spoon , Irene from Stone Staffs