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Kensington Palace

By using the London City Pass, your ticket into the Kensington Palace is FREE incl.exhibition "Queen Anne fim The Favourite". You save £ 21.50!

Kensington Palace with King William III. statue at the south front Kensington Palace with Queen Victoria statue nearby the sunken gardens

The Kensington Palace has been used for many public and private purposes by the British royal family for over 300 years. Today, it serves as the place of residence of Prince William, Princess Kate, and their three children. The palace is located in the middle of the beautiful Kensington Garden and is partially open for the public to visit. Here you can see (amongst other things) clothes from Lady Di and Queen Elizabeth. The Kensington Palace is especially recommended for fans of the royal family! The exhibition "Queen Anne film The Favourite" is also included in your pass!

Opening hours Kensington Palace London

March to October
Mon–Sun: 10 am – 6 pm

November to February
Mon–Sun: 10 am – 4 pm

The Kensington Palace in London takes advantage of the good weather in the summer (from April to October) and offer their visitors extended opening hours. During this time, you can visit and explore the palace anytime between 10 am and 6 pm. In the winter (November to March), the Kensington Palace closes its doors a little bit earlier. During this time, the palace is open from 10 am in the morning, and you can comfortably explore the palace grounds until 5 pm. The Kensington Palace offers opening hours every day of the week!

The exhibition "Queen Anne film The Favourite" is also included in your pass! 

Admission fees Kensington Palace London

Your ticket into the Kensington Palace is already included with your London City Pass. Your London City Pass will also be delivered to an address of your choice before your departure for London. It is your perfect London attraction package to enjoy your stay in the city!

Address Kensington Palace London

Kensington Gardens
London W8 4PX

+44 844 482 7777 

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The Kensington Palace is located in the prosperous city district of Kensington. Because the palace lies within the park grounds of the same name (Kensington Gardens), the palace will captivate you with its central location as a quiet oasis in the middle of the pulsating city of London. 

Direction Kensington Palace London

District Line to High Street Kensington (or to Notting Hill Gate)
Circle Line to High Street Kensington (or to Notting Hill Gate) 

You can reach the Kensington Palace using many public train lines in London. If you would like to travel to the palace using the District Line, the best train stops to get off at are either High Street Kensington or Notting Hill Gate. If you would like to use the Circle Line instead, the aforementioned train stops are also the best to use. Getting off at either of these train stops offer you a short walk through the beautiful city district of Kensington.  

Highlights Kensington Palace London

  • Residence of the duke and duchess of Cambridge (William & Kate)
  • The exhibition program is changed yearly - currently: "Queen Anne film The Favourite"

Attractions near Kensington Palace London

Surrounded by numerous manicured green gardens, the Kensington Palace is not only considered as a cultural excursion, but also a quiet haven in the middle of the hustle and bustle of London. Could a visit to the Kensington Palace be the beginning of an exciting day in London? Yes! Located near the Kensington Palace, you can easily visit other attractions like the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Serpentine Gallery, and Madame Tussauds in London. 

History Kensington Palace London

The current residence of Prince William and Princess Kate has been used by the members of the British royal family for already well over 300 years. Edward, the second Duke of Kent, and his wife, Katharine the Duchess of Kent, had lived in the palace for a long time. Princess Diana had also live there from 1981 until her death in 1997. Over time, the Kensington Palace was heavily renovated. Today, much of the palace is open to visitors. 

Experience the Kensington Palace for FREE using the London City Pass and have your ticket into the Kensington Palace already in your pocket before you depart for London!

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