The Orangery is closed, the Palace Cafe remains open for refreshments. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

February half term

When

  • 11-16 February 2018
11.00-15.00

Ticketing information

Included in palace admission

Join the party at the Georgian Court, put on your crown, get dressed up and discover the stories as you explore the beautiful palace rooms.

Daily schedule

11:00 - 15:00
Dress-up as a Georgian

11:00 - 15:00
Create a mask fit for a royal party

10:00 - 15:00
Pick up a bag from the Time Explorers Station and discover the fascinating stories as you explore the palace rooms.

Choose from:
Baby - Tiny Explorers bag
Under 3's - Tiny Explorers bag
4 - 8 years Time Explorers bag

Explore what's on

Explore Queen Victoria's long and extraordinary life in her own words at Victoria Revealed - the Queen Victoria exhibition at Kensington Palace.

Reopens spring 2018

Kensington Palace

Highlights Things to see
Kew Palace south front

Sample the royal delights and decadence of Georgian life in a memorable three day break

05 July - 07 July 2018

Kew Palace

Events Things to see Tours and talks

An exclusive peek into the latest offering at Kew Palace – the Great Pagoda will be re-opened to the public.

Opening Summer 2018

Kew Palace

Highlights Things to see

Browse more history and stories

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