Three Palace Royal Pass

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Explore 3 of London's Royal Palaces including, the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace & Kensington Palace.

Our guide to Three Palace Royal Pass

The Three Palace Royal Pass brings together over 900 years of royal history to life in a simple, convenient and prestigious package. It offers unbeatable value for money, providing admission to the three Central London Historic Royal Palaces – Tower of London Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Be amazed by the incredible stories of intrigue that went on behind the walls of these palaces and experience it first hand!

Tower of London
Be dazzled by the 23,578 gems that make up the Crown Jewels, including the world’s most famous diamonds. You'll find this amazing collection in the Jewel House 
Join a Yeoman Warder tour (included in your admission ticket) and you'll be entertained by tales from the Tower; pain and passion, treachery and torture, all delivered with a swagger and a smile!
See the largest collection of surviving armours known to have belonged to Henry VIII and discover what they tell us about him.

Kensington Palace
Come and stand in the very bedroom in which, in the early hours of 20 June 1837, the young Princess Victoria awoke to the news that she was to be queen.
See the largest and longest of the state apartments at Kensington Palace, the King's Gallery, which looks pretty much as it was when decorated for King George I in 1727.
Hampton Court Palace
See the furnishings and decoration of both the Tudor and Baroque State rooms. The Tudors, Stuarts and even Georgian monarchs really enjoyed living and entertaining in this grand palace.
Step back in time and marvel at the breathtaking splendour of the state rooms including the Great Hall, the Chapel Royal and the infamous Haunted Gallery.
Be amazed by the palace's 60 acres of magnificent gardens that run down to the River Thames. They features fountains, the beautifully restored Privy Garden, famous maze and, at 229 years of age and at over 36.5 metres long, the oldest and largest known grapevine in the world.

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for Three Palace Royal Pass

  • Please note - If you ARE NOT travelling within the next 72 hours then it can take up to 7 days for your tickets to be uploaded. If you ARE travelling within the next 72 hours then once you've made your booking please contact us by replying to your confirmation email or by calling our Customer Service team.
  • Please note that this experience is non-changeable and non-refundable.
  • Cancellation Policy: Once booked, this ticket cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer. Please keep your ticket safe as, if this is lost, it cannot be replaced.

Exceptions for Hampton Court Palace

The Magic Garden
The Magic Garden will close for the winter season from 03 November 2019.

Queen's Guard Chamber and Ante Room 
From 27 January - 4 February 2020 the Queen's Guard Chamber and Ante Room will be closed for conservation work.

Queen's Great Bedchamber 
From 30 January - 18 February 2020 the Queen's Great Bedchamber will be closed for conservation work.

Cumberland Art Gallery 
The Cumberland Art Gallery will be closed for conservation work from 12-14 February 2020.

The Chapel Royal 
During the summer Choir Recess, the only religious services held at the chapel will be Holy Communion at 8:30 on Sundays. This is a working chapel which always closes for religious services on Sundays and other holy days.

Young Henry VIII exhibition 
The Young Henry VIII exhibition is now closed. The Lost Dress of Elizabeth I is open until 23 February 2020. A new exhibition about the Tudors will open in April 2020.

Chapel Court, Tudor cloisters and Kitchen Shop 
Chapel Court and parts of the Tudor cloisters will be closed for essential maintenance until 3 April 2020. The Privy Kitchen will remain open during this time. The Kitchen Shop is now closed.