Here’s how you can visit the British Royal Palaces without paying full price this summer!

Tower of London, Banqueting House & Kensington Palace Gardens
June 6, 2016

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If you fancy visiting the British Royal Palaces in and around London, a Historic Royal Palace Pass will save you money compared with paying the full entry fee on the door.

And it gets better! If you think you might fancy visiting more palaces over the next couple of years, this Palace Pass is perfect as you can take your visits on any dates you like over the next 2 years!

Which Royal Palaces are included with the pass?

There are 3 different passes which give you admission to different combinations of these famous Royal buildings:

Hampton Court Palace & Gardens

Where you can get lost in the most famous maze in the world!

Kensington Palace

The home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (that’s William and Kate to you and me)

The Tower of London

Where the Crown Jewels are kept – need I say more?

Banqueting House

The only surviving building after the Palace of Whitehall was destroyed by fire in 1698

Kensington Palace & Gardens

Kensington Palace and its beautiful gardens

How much can I save by using the pass?

These are the three different pass options, along with how much you’ll save and what palaces they each include:

The 4 Royal Palaces Pass

Gives you entry to these royal palaces over the space of 2 years:

  • Hampton Court Palace & Gardens
  • Kensington Palace
  • The Tower of London
  • Banqueting House

Advance Pass Price (Adult): £52  ~  Total price you’d pay on the door: £70.60

You could save £18.60 with the Royal Palace Pass!*


The 3 Royal Palaces Pass:

Gives you entry to these royal palaces over the space of 2 years:

  • Hampton Court Palace & Gardens
  • Kensington Palace
  • The Tower of London

Advance Pass Price (Adult): £47  ~  Total price you’d pay on the door: £64

You could save £17 with the Royal Palace Pass!*


The Central London Royal Palaces Pass:

Gives you entry to these royal palaces over the space of 2 years:

  • Kensington Palace
  • The Tower of London
  • Banqueting House

Advance Pass Price (Adult): £36  ~  Total price you’d pay on the door: £49.60

You could save £13.60 with the Royal Palace Pass!*


Even with these awesome savings, the entry fees go into the palaces’ care and conservation, so that future generations can enjoy them just as much as you will.

Get a Historic Royal Palaces Pass!

*Prices are correct at the time of writing and may be subject to change

Top Image: The Tower of London, Inside Banqueting House and Kensington Palace

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