As a self-funding charity, we urgently need your help
We are facing serious financial challenges as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. With a £95 million shortfall in our finances this year, we need your support now more than ever, to sustain the charity through this difficult period.
We're pleased to be re-opening more of our palaces including Tower of London on 10 July and Kensington Palace on 30 July, as well as interior spaces at Hampton Court and Hillsborough Castle and Gardens. We will be offering you a very warm welcome as always, and we have some new ways of doing things. But we're confident you're going to have a great time.
Escape to the past whenever you want when you join us today.
Enjoy unlimited adventures at our palaces, a 10% discount in our shops and cafés, and exclusive events when you become a member of Historic Royal Palaces.
Join Historic Royal Palaces' Chief Curator Lucy Worsley and Eleri Lynn, curator of the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection, for an exclusive online curator talk and Q&A session exploring the wardrobe of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Do you know which ancestor was known as “King Log”, or what King Henry VIII’s favourite sport was? Test and expand your knowledge of British Royal History with the Royal History Quiz App.
You can also challenge your friends or get them to challenge you. Who will be the most knowledgeable about British Royal History?!
Download from the Google Play or Apple app store.
Discover curriculum-linked history resources for all Key Stages that will keep your kids learning about the Tudors, Victorians and more while you're staying home together.
With up to 10,000 items of historic dress from the 16th century to the present day, see some of the exquisite and beautiful items in the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection.
We are an independent charity and we urgently need your support. Below are just some of the ways you can help.
We raise all of our own funds and are facing serious financial challenges as a result of the Coronavirus. We urgently need your support. A donation is an investment in the palaces' future so that generations can enjoy them for centuries to come.