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Children and parents play on two red and blue towers - the King's and Queen's Towers - in the sunshine at The Magic Garden

Meet mysterious beasts, storm the battlements and discover the secret grotto in the Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace.

Open daily (2018 season planned closures - 16 July and 10 September 2018.)

Hampton Court Palace

Families Highlights

10:00-18:00 (last entry 17:15)

Illustration of the Tower of London's White Tower with food tents and displays in the foreground under a blue sky.

Join us for a fabulous food and drink festival in the iconic Tower of London moat.

07 September - 09 September 2018

Tower of London

Events Families Highlights

Friday and Saturday 10:00-19:00; Sunday 10:00-17:30

Regimental guards surround the Chief Yeoman Warder as they stand outside the Bloody Tower in the Ceremony of the Keys at the Tower of London

Experience a tradition that has taken place every night for at least 700 years in the Ceremony of the Keys at the Tower of London.

Daily

Tower of London

Highlights Tours and talks

21:30-22:05

Diana, Princess of Wales wears a Versace dress in the promo image for Diana: Her Fashion Story

Diana: Her Fashion Story, is the critically-acclaimed exhibition featuring some of Diana, Princess of Wales' most famous outfits.

Open daily

Kensington Palace

Highlights Things to see

Give yourself at least one hour for this exhibition.

A Georgian cook in red and white overalls prepares food in the Royal Kitchens at Kew Palace

Get a fascinating insight into Georgian life at Kew Palace in the Royal Kitchens, preserved as they were in 1818.

Open daily

Kew Palace

Highlights
Portrait of a young Queen Victoria on a red background, compiled with a portrait of Prince Albert and a photograph of an older Queen Victoria

Learn about Queen Victoria's long and extraordinary life in her own words at the Victoria Revealed exhibition.

Open daily

Kensington Palace

Highlights Things to see
Overhead shot of a woman in the Maze at Hampton Court Palace.

Lose yourself in the most famous maze in the world. The Hampton Court Maze is still baffling visitors after 300 years.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

Families Highlights Things to see

Find out more about our health and wellbeing programme for people living with dementia and their carers at Kew Palace.

Selected dates

Kew Palace

Highlights
The gate of the Sunken Garden woven with plants and flowers at Kensington Palace under a partially cloudy sky

Walk in the footsteps of royalty in the beautiful gardens of Kensington Palace, including the intriguing Sunken Garden.

Open daily

Kensington Palace

Highlights Things to see

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

Open daily

Kensington Palace

Highlights Things to see
Blind person touching the King's Stairs Tijou bannisters.

Experience history where it happened with our escorted visit service, available for blind or partially sighted visitors.

Selected dates

Hampton Court Palace

Highlights
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

Discover the intriguing and unexpected characters depicted on the grand entrance to the King's State Apartments.

Open daily

Kensington Palace

Highlights Things to see