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Accessibility

We do everything we can to ensure disabled visitors enjoy the full palace experience.

Due to limited lift access to Banqueting Hall, we advise that visitors with mobility needs contact us before visiting. Telephone: 020 3166 6155

Facilities

We offer all the essential facilities and a few you may not expect, including advice and tips for a perfect day out.

  • Toilets
  • Free Wi-Fi access
  • Audio Guide Tours
  • Health and Safety advice

Eating

There are currently no catering facilities managed by Historic Royal Palaces on-site at the Banqueting House. 

The local area has a number of dining options available within walking distance. 

Shopping

Shop for gifts and souvenirs inspired by this famous royal venue.

Our shop offers everything from souvenirs and gifts, to fine jewellery. You can also shop online and non-EU residents can buy tax-free.

Group visits

There are special offers and discounts for groups of 15 people or more.

We offer reduced admission for group bookings.

School visits

We offer everything you need for the perfect educational visit.

Spaces are limited so book in advance.

You can include special sessions and workshops designed for pupils of all ages. Discounted entry for groups of 15 or more, on-site supervision and meal deals are also available.

Live interpreter dressed as Georgian maid plays card games

Unleash your competitive spirit and enjoy an evening of board gaming at the Banqueting House.

21 January 2018

14.00-17.00 or 18.00-21.00

Photograph of visitors in the main hall of the Banqueting House

Banqueting House is home to some important works of art and sculpture.

Open Daily

Banqueting House's stone front architecture as it undergoes conservation

Whitehall was known as one of the first examples of Palladianism in British architecture - find out more about what remains within Banqueting House.

Open Daily