Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace is one of the residences used by members of the British Royal Family. Located in Kensington, London, the Palace is maintained by an independent charity known as Historic Royal Palaces. Tourists can arrange to visit Kensington Palace and four other Royal residences by purchasing tickets through Historic Royal Palaces. The price of admission allows visitors to see Royal artefacts such as Queen Victoria’s bedroom, the King’s Gallery, and dresses worn by Princess Diana

–Kensington Palace is accessible through the Kensington High Street, Queensway, and Notting Hill Gate tube stations. Visitors can also reach the Palace by bus through the Bayswater and Kensington High Street stops. .

–Kensington Palace is open to the public from March through October between the hours of 10 AM and 6 PM and from November through February between 10 AM and 5 PM. Ticket prices are £12.50 for adults, £11 for students and seniors, and £6.25 for children under the age of 16. Group rates and family rates are also available.

Visitors who wish to purchase food and drink at Kensington Palace can visit The Orangery Restaurant, which offers an extensive tea selection, light lunches, and snacks. Prices are fairly reasonable, with cakes starting at £2.95 and entrees starting at £8.95. Children are welcome at The Orangery.

–The Kensington Palace shop and the Yellow Drawing Room are places where tourists can buy mementos such as china, furniture, and lace accessories. All gifts are inspired by the traditions of Royal women throughout the centuries.

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