Talks, workshops and events
We have a vibrant, ticketed public programme of learning events, including talks, debates, workshops and study days with historians, curators, conservators and more.
This autumn season, go behind the scenes with the new Cumberland Art Gallery at Hampton Court Palace with our look at the collecting habits of Charles I, and a chance to meet the art masters with critic Andrew Graham-Dixon.
At Kensington Palace, we continue to celebrate the Glorious Georges year, with a beginners' guide to charming at court, a debate on stereotyping migrants from German George I to today and a Christmas dance extravaganza inspired by 18th-century balls at the palace.
Find out more about the Tower of London and the First World War, inspired by our poppies installation. There are discussions on war and friendship with a Yeoman Warder and others, a look at spies then and now, plus the chance to get up close to original diaries and letters from the conflict in our archive study day.
Communities and groups
We offer a range of talks, workshops, training and projects for communities and groups, helping participants gain a sense of belonging and helping us stay connected to our local audiences. Find out what we offer at the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace and Kew Palace.
Sensory Palaces health and wellbeing programme
Sensory Palaces is our health and wellbeing programme that combines immersive storytelling with a multi-sensory approach, set within our unique sites. Find out more about the programme at the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace and Kew Palace.