Tickets to the Kensington Palace

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About Kensington Palace

  • General admission

The general ticket price is £20 for adults, £10 for children between the ages of 5 and 15, and £16 for young people (16-17), full-time students, and seniors (65+). Donating is also possible on the palace's website.

  • Discounts and free admission

For families consisting of at least one adult and two children up to two adults and three children, entry to the palace starts at £35 and ranges up to £55.

Kensington Palace offers free admission to children under five and Historic Royal Palaces members.

Discover Kensington Palace at your own pace while walking around the city and exploring its magnificent attractions with the in-app audio tour Royal London and its Gems. Find out fascinating insights about the London royal residence in the company of the local expert tour guide.

  • Explore the legendary royal residence

Discover the hidden gem nestled in the famous Hyde Park. Home to young royals for more than 300 years, Kensington Palace is also Queen Victoria's birthplace. Visit the permanent exhibition in the palace rooms where young Princess Victoria was born and raised to learn her story.

  • Feel like a part of the Royal family

Kensington Palace is a working royal residence and an influential historical site. Admire the grandeur of the palace's interiors at King's and Queen's State Apartments and take a peek at the life of the Royal family members. Marvel at a magnificent collection of jewellery at the Jewel Room to learn more about the story of Queen Victoria and her beloved husband, Prince Albert. Admire the most incredible paintings at the King's Gallery and discover the secrets it holds.

Kensington Palace is open Wednesday to Sunday. Opening hours vary depending on the season.

During the summer season, from March 2 to October 30, the palace is open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. From October 31 to March 1, you can visit Kensington Palace from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Kensington Palace is a royal residence, so make sure to check opening times before your visit. Set aside at least two hours to explore the exhibits.

FAQ about Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace is a popular attraction, so make sure to book tickets in advance to guarantee entry.

You can book online tickets to Kensington Palace until the end of the current year.

What people say about Kensington Palace

Sofie
4
6 months ago
It felt a little short for the price actually. I personally spent 45mins on the minerals alone and there were only 2 audio clips for that room.
jennifermariaag
5
7 months ago
Such an amazing experience . The attractions are mesmerising ! The building is so big we were afraid not to miss something. From the human skeletons to the earthquake simulation I was in awe . Would highly recommend and was sueprised entrance was free .
MiamiTwins21
5
8 months ago
This was our second time at this amazing museum . They have contemporary witnesses in their exhibitions, from soldiers to Pow’s to civilians sharing their stories. A must do with teens.
Shaz
5
8 months ago
Really enjoyable covered key aspects of the museum
Anne-Marie
5
over 1 year ago
It was nice to do a walking city tour through London, we went through spots we never even thought we'd see! We really enjoyed ourselves!
Dmitri
4
over 2 years ago
I liked the interactive aspect, and how the path took you through nice parts of town. It was interesting, but it might be nice to focus on lesser known bands too. Although, I can see why this might be less interesting to others. Thanks
Sofie
4
6 months ago
It felt a little short for the price actually. I personally spent 45mins on the minerals alone and there were only 2 audio clips for that room.
jennifermariaag
5
7 months ago
Such an amazing experience . The attractions are mesmerising ! The building is so big we were afraid not to miss something. From the human skeletons to the earthquake simulation I was in awe . Would highly recommend and was sueprised entrance was free .
MiamiTwins21
5
8 months ago
This was our second time at this amazing museum . They have contemporary witnesses in their exhibitions, from soldiers to Pow’s to civilians sharing their stories. A must do with teens.
Shaz
5
8 months ago
Really enjoyable covered key aspects of the museum
Anne-Marie
5
over 1 year ago
It was nice to do a walking city tour through London, we went through spots we never even thought we'd see! We really enjoyed ourselves!
Dmitri
4
over 2 years ago
I liked the interactive aspect, and how the path took you through nice parts of town. It was interesting, but it might be nice to focus on lesser known bands too. Although, I can see why this might be less interesting to others. Thanks