On sold-out days there will be a limited number of walk-up tickets available for purchase on-site.

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Essential information for visiting Kensington Palace.

Visit essentials

Accessibility

We do everything we can to ensure disabled visitors enjoy the full palace experience.

 

Dedicated facilities, tours, carer tickets and wheelchair hire available.

Palace facilities

We offer all the essential facilities and a few you may not expect, including advice and tips for a perfect day out.

  • Toilets and cloakrooms
  • Free Wi-Fi access
  • Maps
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Health and Safety advice

Eating

Whether you just want a snack or fancy a sit down meal, we have options available to suit your taste.

The Orangery: a favourite destination for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea

Palace café: Light bites, hot drinks

Shopping

Shop for gifts and souvenirs inspired by this famous royal residence.

Our shop will be open throughout your visit, offering everything from souvenirs and gifts, to fine jewellery. You can also shop online and non-EU residents can buy tax-free.

Group visits

There are special offers and discounts for groups of 15-50 people (subject to availability).

We offer reduced admission for group bookings. Meal deals are also available.

School visits

We offer everything you need for the perfect educational visit.

Spaces are limited so book in advance.

You can include special sessions and workshops designed for pupils of all ages. Discounted entry for groups of 15 or more, on-site supervision and meal deals are also available.

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

Explore and play together at Kensington Palace in our multi-sensory storytelling sessions for under 4s.

Selected dates

The images show the summer planting of the temporary White Garden, with Kensington Palace in the background.

The White Garden at Kensington Palace is planted with flowers and foliage inspired by memories of the Princess’s life, image and style.

Summer 2017