Enjoy a royal London experience and visit three of London’s iconic royal palaces with this money-saving Royal Palaces Pass. Explore the mystery-laden Tower of London, the spectacular Hampton Court Palace and the official Royal Residence, the Kensington Palace. Explore the sites independently and visit the royal London attractions at your convenience without being restricted to a fixed itinerary.
The Royal Palaces pass combines London sightseeing, beauty, history and art with an authentic British royal experience! Redeem your pass at the Tower of London ticket office. The three palaces included in this pass are:
Tower of London: Steeped in 1000 years of history, Tower of London has been used as a palace, a prison, an execution site, a weapons arsenal and more. Situated on the River Thames, the Tower of London is a very popular tourist attraction. Facts, myths and legends about the Tower make it an intense subject of interest for history buffs. See the execution site of three Queens (including Henry VIII’s second wife Anne Boleyn), discover the significance of the famous resident black ravens and hear first-hand tales from the Beefeaters who’ve been guarding the Tower for more than 600 years.
strong>Hampton Court Palace: Hampton Court Palace is one of just two surviving palaces owned by one of England’s most famous kings, Henry VIII. Explore the sprawling palace, Henry VIII’s Great Hall, with its enormous tapestries, the Chapel Royal with its ornate ceiling, the immaculately groomed riverside gardens, the royal parkland surrounding the palace and of course, the famous Hampton Court Palace maze. You can also admire the stunning collections of Tudor, Stuart and Georgian furnishings and art at the palace.
Kensington Palace: Visit the spectacular 17th century palace in West London, the birthplace of Queen Victoria and the home of Princess Diana. The King’s Staircase and the King’s State Apartments are the highlights of the palace with the fabulous murals along the staircase and the awe-inspiring luxury of the apartments, which hosted aristocracy and nobility for centuries and now house some invaluable works of art. The Kensington Palace also holds exhibitions on some of the most iconic dresses worn over the decades by the royalty including Her Majesty The Queen, Princess Diana and Princess Margaret.
Voucher Information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.