When

  • 15 June - 10 August 2017
2 hours

Ticketing info

Tickets: £15. 16 years plus only. Ticket holders should meet at Elizabeth gate on Kew Green, from where they will be escorted to the palace.

Separate fee (advanced booking required) Buy tickets online now

Remarkable Georgian tales, hidden cellars and spooky attics not normally accessible, will be part of the tour. Refreshments are included.

Take this rare opportunity to experience the magic of Kew Palace when everyone else has gone.

A new play, written for Hampton Court Palace by Sarah Dickenson and directed by Jo McInnes.

Thursdays to Mondays (excl. 1-5 June)

Hampton Court Palace

11:00 & 14:45

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.

22 June - 12 November 2017

Kensington Palace

Open daily

There's so much fun to be had; from playing in and exploring the surrounding gardens, woodland, and waterways to discovering the secrets and stories of the 18th century Castle.

Open daily

Hillsborough Castle
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