Scandalous Stories at Kew

When

12 September 2019

Doors open at 18.40 for a 19.00 start

Ticketing information

Price: £20 including refreshments

Suitable for adults only

Tickets will go on sale on 10 July

 


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Get behind the scenes when Kew Palace is closed for this new tour detailing some of the more scandalous tales of the 18th century royal family. From the suspicious death of Prince Ernest's valet, to racy romances, visitors will have the chance to discover the stories the royal family never wanted told!

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