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Elizabeth Barton and Alice Wolfe, imprisoned in the Tower of London under Henry VIII, 1533
Highlights Things to see

Meet two of the Tower's prisoners in the turbulent times of King Henry VIII. Listen to their stories and decide if you should help them escape.

01 September - 19 October 2018

Tower of London

Daily performances - 11:30, 13:30 and 15:30 at the Salt Tower

A Tower of London warder looks into a Charles II coin display at the Royal Mint
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Discover the people and stories behind the Royal Mint at the Tower of London through hands-on displays and installations.

Open daily

Tower of London

The King's Great Bedchamber, looking north. 

Objects seen include the state bed (1716) carved by Richard Roberts (active 1714-29), "Purchase of the Field of Ephron" wall tapestry attributed to Pieter Coeck van Aelst (1502-50) (on the right of the image), also showing part of the ceiling painting (c1701) by Antonio Verrio (c. 1639-1707).
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Enjoy the beautiful State Apartments and private rooms of William III and Mary II at Hampton Court Palace as part of your visit.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

A gardener attends to the Great Vine under its green branches at Hampton Court Palace
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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.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

The gate of the Sunken Garden woven with plants and flowers at Kensington Palace under a partially cloudy sky
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Walk in the footsteps of royalty in the beautiful gardens of Kensington Palace, including the intriguing Sunken Garden.

Open daily

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.

Open daily

Kensington Palace

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

Open daily

Kensington Palace

Exterior of Banqueting House with Whitehall in the foreground under a blue, partially cloudy sky
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Walk in the footsteps of the condemned King and stand on the spot of Charles I's execution, just outside Banqueting House.

Open daily

Banqueting House

The bright red walls and hanging art in the King's Gallery at Kensington Palace
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Explore the King's Gallery, which was transformed by William Kent to showcase the finest paintings of the Royal Collection.

Open daily

Kensington Palace

Vertical shot looking straight up at Rubens' Ceiling at Banqueting House Whitehall, London
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Marvel at Sir Peter Paul Rubens' ceiling in its original setting of Inigo Jones' spectacular Banqueting House.

Open daily

Banqueting House

Iron spikes descending from a stone arch, a portcullis, on the Bloody Tower
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Explore the Tower of London’s early years as a formidable fortress and discover why it has been both feared and revered.

Open daily

Tower of London

A gold and purple recreation of Henry VIII's crown on a grey background
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Marvel at the sparkling re-creation of Henry VIII's Crown, on display in the Tudor apartments at Hampton Court Palace.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace