Enjoy unlimited adventures at our palaces when you become a member of Historic Royal Palaces today. Your membership includes free access to:
You'll also be entitled to a 10% discount on entry into Kew Gardens, where you can access Kew Palace and the Great Pagoda for free, plus discounts in our shops and exclusive events.
Hear from our members whilst they enjoy a special members-only event in the Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace in this short film.
As a member you can also enjoy family events and days out at our six palaces, including the Tower of London and Kensington Palace.More about membership
At our six historic royal palaces there's something for all the family.
Weekends and school holidays are precious and what better way to spend them than getting lost in the Hampton Court Maze together, cooking up a feast in Henry VIII’s Kitchens or learning to fight like a medieval knight.
With so much to see and do at our palaces, you can spread your adventures over several trips and pop in and see us whenever you like. It's a great way to fill up the summer holidays!
There’s no pressure to see everything at once with membership and if the little ones get tired, no problem, come back and pick up where you left off last time. Whatever suits you and your family.
You can visit our palaces as many times as you like, all year round plus get a 10% discount on your entry ticket into Kew Gardens.
In addition you get a 10% discount in our shops, cafés and restaurants, as well as unique members-only events. You’ll be invited to see our new exhibitions before anyone else and be first into the Magic Garden playground when it opens each spring.
At our palaces you’ll find engaging, interactive displays and shows such as Horrible Histories that mean your family will soak up centuries of important history whilst having fun.
There's always something to do whatever the weather. You can hunt down Easter bunnies on a Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt, climb London’s original skyscraper at Kew and enjoy numerous family picnics during the summer holidays.
When things cool down in autumn, cosy up by the fire in the Tudor kitchens then skate into winter at the Tower of London or Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink.