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Listed in 2005 as the world's longest grape vine, the Great Vine at Hampton Court Palace is a fantastic spectacle and prolific producer of black grapes.

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Kensington Gardens are well renowned for their beauty - find out more about the especially intriguing Sunken Garden that was planted in 1908.

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Kensington Palace

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Explore the beautiful private rooms at Kensington Palace that were once used by Queen Mary II for relaxation and sleep.

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Kensington Palace

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A row of suits of armour and wooden horses statues in the Line of Kings exhibition in the White Tower of the Tower of London.

From William the Conqueror to George II, marvel at the Tower's extensive collection of royal armour through the ages.

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One of the undoubted highlights of a visit to Hampton Court Palace is the sparkling re-creation of Henry VIII's crown on display in the Royal Pew.

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Iron spikes descending from a stone arch, a portcullis

Over the centuries there have been many battles at the Tower of London. Explore the Tower’s early years as a formidable historic fortress.

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Tower of London

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The staircase was painted by William Kent and completed in 1724. The walls depicts an elaborate arcaded gallery with figures behind a balustrade. Many are identifiable as members of King George I's court. The wrought iron balustrade is by Jean Tijou

Wander up the King's Staircase at Kensington Palace - the opulent entrance to the King's State Apartments, lavishly decorated by William Kent.

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Kensington Palace

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Explore the King's Gallery at Kensington Palace, transformed by William Kent to contain the finest paintings of the Royal Collection.

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Kensington Palace

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Marvel at Sir Peter Paul Rubens' masterpiece in its original setting. Rubens' ceiling canvases are the crowning glory of Inigo Jones' Banqueting House.

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Banqueting House

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Walk in the footsteps of the condemned King and stand at the spot where Charles I's execution took place, just outside Banqueting House.

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Banqueting House

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Blind person touching the King's Stairs Tijou bannisters.

Book an escorted description service - available to take blind or partially sighted visitors around Hampton Court Palace.

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View of the White Tower exterior

Marvel at the imposing White Tower, a magnificent example of Norman architecture situated right at the heart of the Tower.

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Tower of London

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