Save 9% on individual entrance fees when purchasing the Royal Palace Pass
Book in advance and jump the queue at the Tower of London, Hampton Court and Kensington Palace. Don't waste time waiting in lines on vacation! Your pass is valid for one visit to each attraction and is valid for two years. You'll have plenty of time to explore the stories and intrigues at each site at your leisure, as part of your own itinerary.
- Tickets to the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace
- Book in advance and avoid the queues
- Flexible and convenient, leaving you plenty of time to explore each attraction at your own pace
- Tickets are valid for two years
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Booking these three popular attractions in advance saves you time and hassle. It's great not having to squeeze them all into one day so you can fully appreciate the rich royal legacy of each site.
What You Can Expect
Home to the Crown Jewels, the Tower of London reverberates with dark secrets, where priceless jewels glint in fortified vaults and pampered ravens strut the grounds. Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066, and enlarged and modified by successive sovereigns, the Tower of London is one of the world's most famous and spectacular fortresses. Discover its 900-year history as royal palace and fortress, prison and place of execution, mint, arsenal, menagerie and jewel house.
Hampton Court Palace
Flamboyant King Henry VIII developed this majestic palace after acquiring it in the 1520s. The palace has fabulous furnishings, tapestries and paintings, and is set in formal gardens, which include the famous maze and Great Vine.
Generations of royal women have shaped this stylish palace and elegant gardens, from Queen Mary to Victoria and, more recently Diana, Princess of Wales. Today, the palace also houses a stunning collection of fashionable formal dress worn for state and royal occasions. Kensington Palace will be closed to members of the public from 04 January – 26 March, 2012, due to a major renovation project taking place. It will be reopening wit a refurbished interior and gardens. In addition, there are a number of exhibitions and events lined up to celebrate all the changes in this historic building, including some of Princess Diana’s never-before-seen dresses, and also a look back at Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897.