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What's on at the palaces

Directional view of the Anne Boleyn archway joining Base Court to Clock Court.
Member only Tours and talks

Join author and historian Dr Lauren Mackay as she shares her new book Among The Wolves of Court: the Untold Story of Thomas and George Boleyn.

11 March 2019

Hampton Court Palace


Separate ticket (advanced booking required)

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Secondary school students visit Hampton Court

Continuing Professional Development and Training for teachers

Enhance your teaching practice with specialised CPD sessions for teachers that use the history and stories of the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House in Whitehall and Kensington Palace.

A teacher Familiarisation Day in action at the Tower of London

Teacher Familiarisation Days

Guided tours offered free of charge to all teachers who are leading, or thinking of leading, a school visit to one of our palaces.

School children on a visit to Kensington Palace

Cross-Curricular Learning for Primary Schools | CPD Session

Teachers can explore the diverse art forms on display at Hampton Court Palace. Discussions and workshops will consider how to link these to a range of areas of the KS1 and KS2 curriculum, and how to use this to achieve an Arts Award.

Children doing Digital Missions at the Tower of London

Online Games for Schools

Learning resources available to play online enable students to learn about history and master their historical enquiry skills.

Secondary school students visit Hampton Court

Access Fund for Schools 2018-2019

We enable free school visits through our Access Fund for Schools. Available to school groups visitors from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage for and Special Schools.

Visitors make their way down to the far end of the King's Gallery past the magnificent, gold-framed portraiture. Kensington Palace's characteristic red wallpaper can also be seen the length of the gallery

MA in Heritage Management

The MA in Heritage Management is a new masters degree programme offering student's the opportunity to study, research and work in heritage management, guided by a world-leading heritage organisation, Historic Royal Palaces, and one of the UK's top university's, Queen Mary University of London.