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What's on at the palaces

Banqueting House's stone front architecture as it undergoes conservation
Things to see

Find out what remains of Whitehall – known as one of the first examples of Palladianism in British architecture.

Open daily

Banqueting House

Included in palace admission (members go free)

Portrait of Queen Victoria on a green background
Highlights Things to see

Explore Queen Victoria’s private life behind her carefully-managed public image in this major new exhibition at Kensington Palace.

Daily from 24 May 2019

Kensington Palace

Included in palace admission (members go free)

Chief Yeoman Warder carrying the Tower keys
Events Member only

Member-only access to the traditional locking up of the Tower of London, the Ceremony of the Keys.

21 April, 26 May and 16 June 2019

Tower of London


Free (advanced booking required)

A guide shows a group of visitors the Throne Room in the State Rooms at Hillsborough Castle and Gardens. Two red and gold thrones sit at one end of the room and the walls are lined with green silk damask and the walls are lined with historical artwork.
Things to see Tours and talks

Discover elegant State Rooms still used by the royal family on a guided tour of Hillsborough Castle.

Open daily

Hillsborough Castle

Included in castle tours (members go free)

The Glasshouse Nursery. Showing Garden and Estates team members Stuart Birnie and Amy Borthwick setting out rows of potted seedlings. Behind Amy the seedlings stretch the entire length of the Glasshouse.
Events Member only

Join Historic Royal Palaces Nursery Manager Ian Tocher as he talks about the Garden Nursery at Hampton Court Palace.

29 April 2019

Hampton Court Palace


Separate ticket (advanced booking required)

The King's Great Bedchamber, looking north. 

Objects seen include the state bed (1716) carved by Richard Roberts (active 1714-29), "Purchase of the Field of Ephron" wall tapestry attributed to Pieter Coeck van Aelst (1502-50) (on the right of the image), also showing part of the ceiling painting (c1701) by Antonio Verrio (c. 1639-1707).
Things to see

Enjoy the beautiful State Apartments and private rooms of William III and Mary II at Hampton Court Palace as part of your visit.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

Included in palace admission (members go free)

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Exterior view of the White Tower

Getting here

Find out how to get to the Tower of London by tube, bus, rail, boat, car or bicycle with our easy-to-follow directions.

Aerial view of the Tower of London from the north, showing the White Tower in the centre of the fortress


Can't find the information you need? Browse our FAQs for details of military discount, lost property and more.


Indulge in a souvenir of your trip to the Tower, from replica armour, jewellery, clothing and costumes, there’s something for everyone in our five gift shops.

Exterior view of the White Tower


The Tower of London aims to be accessible to all - find out more about accessibility for those with mobility needs or visual impairments.

Group visits

Visiting the Tower in a group? Group discounts and savings are available on our tickets for groups of 15+. Find out more and book online today.