Pre-book your Royal Attractions as Royal Baby Fever Hits!
With the birth of the next Royal Baby imminent (due in April in case you’ve been living on Mars), Royal Fever is definitely taking hold in the UK!
Fuelled by the recent success of BBC series “Wolf Hall”, as well as 2014’s “Sea of Poppies” drawing crowds of millions to the Tower of London, visits to royal landmarks have never been more popular – meaning it’s often crucial to book tickets in advance if you want to visit some of these majestic attractions:
Booking in advance can save you 20% off the gate price! (Free for under-16s)
The official home of baby Prince George – our future King! This palace also houses the secrets of Princess Diana and Queen Victoria…..
Tower of London
Booking in advance can save you 25% off the gate price!
2014 saw the Tower become more popular than ever, with millions of visitors from all over the world flocking to see the Sea of Poppies – an art installation commemorating 100 years since WWI.
Find out more about this royal landmark in the Ultimate Guide to visiting the Tower of London
Hampton Court Palace & Gardens
Booking in advance can save you over 20% off the gate price!
Home of Henry VIII, the biggest, baddest king in English history, who acquired an interesting new heartthrob status in 2015 thanks to Wolf Hall’s Damian Lewis.
It’s not all about the history here either, you can have hours of fun in Hampton Court Palace Maze – ‘the most famous maze in the history of the world’!
Kew Gardens & Palace
Booking in advance can save you 10% off the gate price! (Kids go free)
One of the most famous gardens in the world with a treetop walkway, a bonsai house and lots more! Kew Palace is probably most famous as the place where King George III was locked away during his “madness”
(Please note that Kew Palace is open from April 2nd – Sept 27th)
Kids’ tickets ½ price throughout March & April 2015 – including the Easter holidays!
If you like your royal experience with a large helping of fun and feasting, go for this 4-course banquet evening of medieval-themed performances – with plenty of opportunities to get up and participate!
So if you want to save money and get the dates you want, make sure you pre-book your attraction tickets for your next Royal Visit!
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Farrah is AttractionTix’s resident Copywriter. A city girl at heart, her best-loved travel moments are exploring new cities across the world like Barcelona or Los Angeles. Farrah’s favourite things are eating, sleeping, shopping and animals (but mostly animals). Her pet hates are bad grammar and other writing-based “offences”.