Ticketing info

Tickets are free. To book call 0203 166 6327Times: 10am, 12pm, 2pm

Please be aware staff may be finalising displays during the viewing.

Free (advanced booking required)

As a valued member you receive an exclusive preview of this exhibition before it opens to the public.

The exhibition, created in partnership with the Yale Centre for British Art, tells the story of how three royal women; each with a wide range of intellectual, social, and political interests, helped to shape the court in which they lived, and had a lasting impact on the nation.

Come to this exclusive family event with the English National Ballet and the Science Museum.

18 August - 20 August 2017

Kensington Palace

1 hour 15 minutes

The newly restored Kitchen Garden recreates a taste of the gardens that would have fed the Royal Household through the reign of the Georges.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

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.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace
The perfect dress up, your little princess can glide around like a Georgian Princess with this pretty princess fancy dress.

Princess Charlotte Georgian dress up costume

The perfect dress up, your little princess can glide around like a Georgian Princess with this pretty princess fancy dress.

£35.00

History with the horrible bits left in. Learn all about the 'Gorgeous Georgians' with Terry Deary's Horrible Histories.

Horrible Histories: Gorgeous Georgians

History with the horrible bits left in. Learn all about the 'Gorgeous Georgians' with Terry Deary's Horrible Histories.

£5.99

Why was George I called the ‘Turnip King’? Did George IV really loathe his wife? Fascinating facts about Georgian history.

A really useful guide to the Georgians

Why was George I called the ‘Turnip King’? Did George IV really loathe his wife? Fascinating facts about Georgian history.

£8.99