Diana: Her Fashion Story, is a major new dress exhibition at Kensington Palace featuring some of Diana, Princess of Wales' most famous outfits.
Give yourself at least one hour for this exhibition.
Prepare to be dazzled by this breathtaking, world famous collection of 23,578 gemstones that are still used in royal ceremonies today which reside at the Tower.
Explore Queen Victoria's long and extraordinary life in her own words at Victoria Revealed - the Queen Victoria exhibition at Kensington Palace.
Until 12 November 2017
Come to Kensington Palace to explore the lives of three German princesses, whose marriage into the British royal family and wide-ranging interests placed them at the very heart of the enlightenment underway in 18th century Britain.
Open daily until 12 November 2017
The People’s Revolt is an immersive, interactive experience at the Tower from ground-breaking theatre company differencEngine in collaboration with Historic Royal Palaces.
03 October - 21 October 2017
60 mins (with various start times)
Discover the people and stories behind the Royal Mint at the Tower of London through a series of interactive displays and installations.
One of the most famous collections of paintings in the history of European art, The Triumphs of Caesar remains on permanent display in the Mantegna Gallery at Hampton Court Palace.
Open daily until 29 October 2017 (re-opens 1 June 2018)
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.
Kensington Gardens are well renowned for their beauty - find out more about the especially intriguing Sunken Garden that was planted in 1908.
Walk in the footsteps of the condemned King and stand at the spot where Charles I's execution took place, just outside Banqueting House.
Explore the King's Gallery at Kensington Palace, transformed by William Kent to contain the finest paintings of the Royal Collection.