Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Best Royal Palaces Pass: Kensington Palace, Hampton Court and Tower of London. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
I loved not having to wait in line, I saved money also with the pass. I will tell my friends who are going to London next year to buy the pass.
Quite good go to the group section to validate your passes we used for Tower of London Kensington palace and Hampton court. Go and see the Crown Jewels early in the morning if you don't want to line up. Great value for money really enjoyed this tour. Trains for Hampton court leave every half hour
Great option if you only are interested in a couple things and would not use the more expensive London Pass.
W. Michael M
This is a great bargain, which gives you the advantage of going to the front of the line and a visit to all three of these attractions. The Tower of London was very entertaining and the exhibits were really interesting and full of history. Hampton Court was fantastic! Henry VIII really knew how to live, but of course what Monarch doesn't? Admittedly, he had his foibles! Out of the three Kensington Palace was the least interesting, but worth a visit as it should be seen if you are going to London.
Very good, it is always worth having your tours booked, we saw Kensington palace and Tower of London, but unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances we missed Hampton court, but still worth doing this.
The royal Palace pass was a great way to visit, on your own time and not feeling rushed. Hampton court was beautiful and worth seeing. Pretty disappointed in the Tower of London though. From what I heard, you were able to see much more than they allow you to see now, for example the prison room where Gilford Dudley was held before he was executed.
Great to have the passes ahead. When you arrive at each palace, you go straight to the entrance. Three less lines to stand in. A lot of history in these palaces.
Kensington Palace was not at all worth seeing, waste of money. Hampton Court and Tower of London were excellent.
Wonderful tour well worth visit and would be very busy later in spring and summer
We were very happy with the tour of the Royal Palaces through Viator. It was uncomplicated with the voucher and had a very enjoyable tour.
Regards Christine Roxby
LOVED the palaces!! Hampton Court was especially authentic and worth the train out of the city. The Tower was spooky and fun. Visit London Bridge and Dickens Inn for a pint while you are near the Tower.
Tower of London is interesting and the Beefeater Tour is worth following. Hampton Court...gardens alone are worth the train ride out. I would skip Kensington Palace until the renovation is done unless you are a little girl who likes to visit "enchanted palaces".
Hampton palace was beautiful but impossible to see all three places in the same day
Tower of London was great. Lots of History..........Kensington Palace was a disappointment. The only highlight was seeing Princess Diana's Dresses on display. Didn't make it to Hampton Court.
I started my tour at the Tower of London, and the ticket agent was able to print all three of my passes at once. This made it very convenient. I was able to see all three places in three days.
Loved Hampton Court but try to leave a whole day to do it. Tower of London good too. Kensington Palace OK, but not as interesting and worthwhile seeing as other two.
This is a pass self-touring yourself. I believe its a one-day pass and it would be very difficult to do all 3 in one day due to location of all 3. We did Kensington Palace and Tower of London. Both places worth seeing. But unless you have a vehicle, it would be difficult to see all 3 and enjoy them in one day.
You need to go to the tower first, which was not clear in the documents sent. Spent a whole day at the tower - so worth it. The new Kensington is "different," but interesting.
Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to use all three passes and the line at the Tower of London was not that much, so I could have saved money if I had simply bought tickets to the Tower. Thanks anyway.
You have to decide whether you can really visit all the palaces. In a week i have only been to the Tower of London.
One could spend an entire day touring the Tower of London alone. It is a fantastic place better done with a tour guide. Kensington Palace was less than I expected and with London's road closings, demonstrations, and a taxi strike, it was difficult to get to. We never did make it to Hampton Court.
Took us forever to find the Tower of London, so we weren't able to visit the Kensington Palace or the Hampton Court. The Tower of London wasn't really all that thrilling.