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Kensington Palace Tickets

Discover the birthplace of Queen Victoria with Kensington Palace! TicketsToDo provides admission tickets to Kensington Palace. Children aged 0-4 can enter free. Book Tickets Online & Save.

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Last Updated: 7th Jun 2024
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Opening Hours:

Monday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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  • Get access to the royal palace with a professional guided tour with our tickets. 
  • Explore the hallways and Queen Victoria's birthplace. 
  • Discover the royal treasures that are a part of the heritage. 
  • You can see the magnificent gardens that house the Italian Gardens, Albert Memorial, Serpentine Gallery, and the Peter Pan statue. 
  • Spend a day at the state apartments that are filled with the most important chapters of history that you can now witness. Get access to the royal palace with a professional guided tour with our tickets.

What To Expect

The Royal Childhood of Queen Victoria:

Celebrating the 200th year of Queen Victoria's birthday, Kensington Palace is hosting a permanent exhibition that helps you to discover more about her childhood. Everybody knows the story of Queen Victoria, now it's your turn to explore the story of the young Princess Victoria. Take a look all around you and discover the room where Princess Victoria was born and raised to be a queen at the Kensington Palace in London. The special exhibits in this section are her scrapbook made by her German governess and her doll house. So, pre-book your Kensington Palace Tickets with us and save more on your total booking value. 

The King's State Apartments:

The rooms at the King's State Apartments were built to hold meetings and audiences and are stunningly huge. You can witness various terracotta busts of George II and his wife Queen Caroline which were made by Michael Rysbrack in 1738 and 1739. The first and foremost link you come across is the King's staircase that leads you to the room. You can see the grandeur of the presence chamber where novelties would visit the King from all around the world. Take in the beautiful limewood carvings done by Grinling Gibbons, and cherubs of the fireplace which were painted in white. The Privy Chamber was known to be one of Queen Caroline's favorite entertaining zones and can be viewed with the mesmerizing ceiling painting done by William Kent in 1723. The tapestries were made in Mortlake Tapestries which was founded by King Charles I. Get ready to be left spellbound by the famous Georgian age art done by William Kent in the Cupola Room. The other rooms are The King's Drawing Room which is marked by Venus and Cupid painting by Vasari and The King's Gallery. 

The Queen's State Apartments:

The story of William III and Mary II being crowned as joint monarchs gave rise to Kensington Palace being their new home. Similar to the King's State Apartments, the Queen's State Apartments begin with the staircase that leads you into the life of Mary II. The staircase structure was inspired by Dutch architecture. The Queen's Gallery was built in 1693 and held precious artifacts which included Turkish carpets, embroidered silk hangings, and oriental porcelain. You can also take a look at the Queen's Closet which held witness to the terrible argument of Queen Mary, Anne, and Sarah Churchill. The Queen's Dining Room has some of the best paneling of the 17th century. The other room leads to the Drawing Room where you can find Chinese and Japanese porcelain exhibits. 

Kensington Palace Gardens:

The Kensington Palace Gardens is home to many wildflowers including poppies, campion, daisies, and others. You can see the beautiful cradle walk that is intertwined with red twigged lime. The Royal Gardens are maintained till day for you to see the grandeur of the gardens the place once witnessed amongst novelties presence. 

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Know Before You Go

Entry & Services:

  • Children aged 5-15 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • When booking Kensington Palace Concession Tickets, you are required to carry all your necessary documents.
  • Skip the line and pre-book your Kensington Palace London Pass with us.
  • The venue is wheelchair accessible.
  • You can carry a camera and take pictures for personal use only.

How To Use

  • You can enter the attraction directly with this ticket.
  • You can present either a printed copy or a mobile e-ticket.
  • Kensington Palace Tickets are only valid during the period specified in the selected package.


Kensington Gardens, London W8 4PX, United Kingdom.
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  • What time does the Kensington Palace open for visitors?

    The Kensington Palace opening hours starts from 10:00 am.

  • Can I carry a camera and take pictures of the Kensington Palace?

    You can carry a camera and take pictures for non-commercial use only. 

  • Where can I park my car at the Palace?

    The Kensington Palace venue has a parking facility available. 

  • What is the duration of the activity?

    To experience all the activities, we suggest you spend approximately 2 to 3 hours at the venue. 

  • Can I bring my own food and water?

    No. Outside food and beverages are not allowed.