Kensington Palace Tickets
Visit the home of Royals from the past and present
Originally known as Nottingham House, Kensington Palace was transformed from a small suburban villa into a country retreat in London. Kensington Palace is now a fashionable home for young or minor Royals and was commonly known as the ‘Party Palace’ by the end of the 17th century. Learn about the Royals who have lived in the palace for centuries and those who still live there. Walk through the Queen’s and King’s apartments, take a stroll through the gardens or complete a digital mission which is great fun for families.
Although you may not be able to create a gallery to rival The King’s Gallery, you can take photos inside the palace without the flash on.
Plan Your Visit
Whether you want to spend hours in the palace grounds or pay a fleeting visit, plan your day around opening times and see what else you can fit in. Your tickets are valid for entry within 7 days after you have redeemed them and you can use them before, after or on the same day as your bus tour.
Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens, London W8 4PX
Nearest Bus Stop
Blue Route stop 21 or Purple Route stop 77
Around 2 - 3 hours but no time limit
Wheelchair accessible guides for guests with visual or hearing impairments
Opening time vary between 10am-6pm
Redeem your tickets for Kensington Palace with a member of staff at one of our manned bus stops, on board any bus with our driver, or at The Original Tour Visitor Centre by presenting your ID and eVoucher.
Download Our Map
You may not be arriving in a horse-drawn carriage but you can make your way to visit Kensington Palace on a chauffeur-driven bus tour. Download our map and find the best route to the palace.
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