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Queen Charlotte Tour

A Kew Palace Story

A Kew Palace Story

Love Queen Charlotte in Bridgerton? Want to know more about her? Then get to know her more closely in the intimate setting of Kew Palace, in our brand-new tour: 'Queen Charlotte: A Kew Palace Story'.

Join our costumed hosts for a 30-minute tour, in which we will share with you the true stories of Charlotte's younger life, her relationship with George III, and who she really was.

What happened on the day of Charlotte and George's wedding? Did he really ignore her for the first few weeks of their marriage? And did he give her a Pomeranian as a gift?

Bridgerton only tells a fraction of her story, allow us to tell you more...



14:00 (tours last 30 minutes)

Ticketing Information

Price is £5.00 per person. Historic Royal Palaces members go free.

Reserve your place when you arrive at the palace by speaking to one of our costumed hosts.

On days when no visitors have signed up for the daily tours they do not run.

Separate ticket

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  • Things to see

Queen Charlotte's Bedroom and Ante-room

See Queen Charlotte's bedroom and dressing room where the Queen spent her final months - now including the wig from Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story.

  • Open
  • Kew Palace
  • Included in Kew Gardens admission
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  • Things to see

Queen Charlotte's Cottage

Discover a queen's rustic country retreat in the grounds of Kew Palace with a visit to Queen Charlotte’s Cottage.

  • Open Weekends and Bank Holidays
  • 11:30 - 15:30
  • Kew Palace
  • Included in Kew Gardens admission
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  • Tours and talks

Hidden Spaces Tours

See areas of Kew Palace not normally open to the public, such as our attics complete with 17th century witches marks, and our Tudor undercroft on our new tours.

  • Open
  • 16:00 (tours last 30 minutes)
  • Kew Palace
  • Separate ticket
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Queen Charlotte

Wife of George III and mother to 15 children

George III, the Complex King

Dutiful, intelligent and cultured, but cruelly labelled ‘mad’

The story of Kew Palace

Britain's smallest royal palace and George III's private retreat

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Shop Kew Palace gifts

The most intimate of our six royal palaces, Kew was built as a private house in 1631 and used by the royal family between 1729 and 1818. These gifts and souvenirs are all inspired by Kew Palace.

From £4.00

Kew Palace luxury hanging decoration

This luxury handmade Christmas tree decoration features the design of the front of the Dutch House at Kew Palace on the River Thames in south west London.