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Tower of London Superbloom flowers in the moat
Things to see Families

See the Tower of London’s iconic moat as a beautiful, new naturalistic landscape in celebration of HM The Queen's Platinum Jubilee year.

01 June to 18 September 2022

Tower of London

Separate ticket

The Great Pagoda at Kew surrounded by blue sky and green trees
Things to see Tours and talks

See The Great Pagoda at Kew Palace, now returned to its 18th-century splendour.

Open daily 01 April – 25 September. Separate ticket required to climb the Pagoda.

Kew Palace

11:00. Last entry 16.00.

Separate ticket

Yellow flowers in the moat
Things to see Tours and talks

Tours for blind and visually impaired visitors and quiet sessions aimed at those living with or caring for someone with Autism, or those who have any other sensory needs.

12 July, 10 August 2022

Tower of London

Separate ticket

Children play in the Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace
Families Events

A quiet session aimed at children and young people with Autism, and their families and carers.

May - October 2022

Hampton Court Palace

09.30 – 11.00

Included in palace admission (members go free)

Wilderness in late winter
Things to see

Wander through this treasure of the Hampton Court Gardens, which was once Charles II's formal pleasure garden and is now a wild meadow.

Open

Hampton Court Palace

Included in palace admission (members go free)

People sitting outside in the gardens of Hampton Court Palace watching a film on a screen.
Events

Join us on the stunning East Front Lawns with Henry VIII's palace providing a truly unforgettable floodlit backdrop.

11-14 August 2022

Hampton Court Palace

Doors 19.00, Film 20.30

Separate ticket (advance booking required)

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in the White Garden at Kensington Palace

Modern Royals

Kensington Palace is the official residence of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.

The Glasshouse nursery showing rows of potted Begonias

Our growing year

A team of 42 gardeners and specialists look after the 60 acres of formal gardens and 750 acres of royal parkland at Hampton Court Palace.

Garden highlights

Browse some of the highlights at Hampton Court Gardens.

Planting in the nurseries at Hampton Court Palace, showing The National Collection of Queen Mary II Exoticks

National plant collections

Hampton Court Palace is the holder of three important National Plant Collections – Heliotropium, Lantana and Queen Mary II’s Exoticks which is designated a Heritage Collection.

An exterior photo of the South facade of Hillsborough Castle on a sunny September day. Framed by greenery.

About the project

Historic Royal Palaces is embarking on an exciting project - we’re opening the doors of Hillsborough Castle and Gardens for everyone to explore the stories of this extraordinary place, and take part in its inspiring new future.

Green and gold dragons on the Pagoda at Kew Palace

How we brought dragons back to Kew

80 new dragons now adorn the Great Pagoda at Kew once more, following a major conservation project by Historic Royal Palaces.