Skip the Line: Kensington Palace Tickets
Explore the new permanent exhibition, ‘Victoria Revealed,’ which is set within the rooms where Victoria grew up. Queen Victoria was born in the palace, and it was here that she learned she had become queen at just 18 years of age. She also held her first Privy Council meeting in Kensington Palace’s Red Saloon. Inspired by her own journals and featuring displays of personal objects, ‘Victoria Revealed’ gives an intimate account of Queen Victoria, exploring her life and reign through her own words.
Do you want to visit more Royal sites?
Upgrade to the Royal Palaces Pass to include admission to the Tower of London and Hampton Court. Your pass includes 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.
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Kensington Palace, located adjacent to the Kensington Gardens.
March 1 to September 31:
- Daily 10:00am to 6:00pm
- Last admission at 5:00pm
October 1 to February 28:
- Daily 10:00am to 5:00pm
- Last admission at 4:00pm
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Kensington Palace Only
Skip the Line: Kensington Palace
USD $24.12Pricing details
Royal Palaces Pass
Royal Palaces Pass including: Tower of London, Hampton Court and Kensington Palace.
USD $60.78Pricing details
Kensington Palace and Gardens
- Guaranteed to skip the long lines
- Kensington Palace Admission ticket
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
Reviewed by: Maria H, August 2015
Good day out. You can visit 3 royal saloons and the gardens. Also see royal dresses from the Queen, Princess Margaret and Princess Diana. There is a coffee shop or you can have afternoon tea at the pavilion which looks amazing. Tickets were the best price I could find and with queue jumper included.
Reviewed by: jhirbour82, August 2015
Kensington Palace was a total bucket list dream come true for me so I had to give it five stars although of the two, Buckingham Palace was obviously more grand. I really liked the exhibits on Queen Victoria and fashion and I actually learned quite a bit in my excitement. I'm not sure the skip the line ticket saved me much time but it was nice to have just in case.