Historic Royal Palaces Ticket & Hotel Deals
- Includes entry to at least 3 of London's best palaces
- Valid for 2 years
- The Tower of London is home to the Crown Jewels
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Historic Royal Palaces Breaks
An excellent way to see three of London’s greatest historical attractions
The Multi-Palace Pass is valid for two years after the date of exchange. The Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace all deserve to be seen; their rich and endlessly fascinating history offer an incredible insight into the lives and times of the British Monarchy throughout the ages.
The Tower of London has an amazing 900-year history as a royal palace, a prison and a place of execution. The incredibly distinctive building is perhaps best known however as being the home of the Crown Jewels.
Set in the gorgeous Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace is a must-see. The home of a wealth of famous princesses throughout the years and now the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. On the 24 May 1819, Princess Victoria was born at Kensington Palace. To mark the 200th anniversary of this event, Historic Royal Palaces will open two new displays charting her childhood and her life and influence as Queen.
An utterly majestic building, Hampton Court Palace is perhaps best known as the former home of King Henry VIII – the ghost of his fifth wife Catherine Howard is said to stalk the Haunted Gallery.
Historic Royal Palaces Highlights
- Entry to a range of royal palaces – Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace
- See the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London
- The beautiful Kensington Palace is the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton
- Explore the lavish Kensington Palace Gardens
- Visit the supposedly haunted former home of King Henry VIII
What Makes it Super
Not only does a Historic Royal Palaces ticket offer great value entry to three of London’s top attractions, but your pass is valid for two years after the date of exchange – meaning you can visit all of the palaces in one fun-packed break or spread your visits across three separate short breaks. Your hotel stay is also included in the booking.
The Four palace pass includes admission to the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and gardens, Kensington Palace and Banqueting House.
Three palace pass: includes admission to the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and gardens and Kensington Palace.
Central London pass: includes admission to the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and the Banqueting House.
Name: Tower Of London - Tower Hill
Kensington Palace - Queensway
Banqueting House - Westminster
Name: Tower Of London - Fenchurch Street
Hamptoncourt Palace - Hampton Court
Kensington Palace - Paddington
Banqueting House - Charing Cross
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