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Kensington Palace London


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***** This attraction will be temporarily shut until further notice****

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Take the family to see the official home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as the lovely Prince George and Princess Charlotte - built in 1605 and a royal residence since the 17th century, starting with King William III and Queen Mary II.

This fantastic attraction has recently undergone a huge £12 million refurbishment and is now even more amazing than before with plenty to see and do for all the family throughout the year. The popular Diana Memorial Playground is the perfect place for your little ones to let off some steam and explore the stunning Italian Gardens and marvel at the many statues and fountains located within its grounds - all of which are truly fascinating!

Diana Her Fashion Story - See the wonderful dress exhibition celebrating the life of Diana, Princess of Wales. A truly spectacular collection of some of the outfits she wore during her public appearances, including the velvet gown she wore at the White House when she danced with John Travolta.

In addition to this, there are some other spectacular exhibits each with their own story to tell:

  • The King's Gallery - This beautiful gallery still looks just as fantastic as it did the day it was decorate for King George in 1727. This gallery was used for displaying pictures as well as for exercise.
  • The King's Staircase - The walls of this staircase were painted by William Kent to depict a lively 18th century court full of intriguing and unexpected characters. Kent received £500 for his work.
  • The King's State Apartments - This magnificent staircase is the first link to all of the rooms that make up the King's apartments, and all the great of Georgian London would have climbed these stairs to visit the King.
  • The Queen's State Apartments - This is where William III and Mary II were crowned as joint monarchs in 1689 after they were invited to take the throne in place of Mary's Father, King James II. The two bought Kensington Palace and transformed the building into their new home.

All this and still more to experience all in one place! This is the perfect attraction to give the whole family a little taste of history!

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