Kew Palace
Kew Palace London
was the London residence of King George III

Hampton Court Palace, enjoy a day at Royal Court.

See the Splendour at the Kings Palace

Some refurbishment is currently taking place and is scheduled to complete in time for the Olympic games in 2012

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Kew Gardens tickets are required to gain access to Kew Palace.

Kew Palace is within Kew Gardens in west London. It became a royal residence during the early 18th century when it was known as the Dutch House.

The Dutch House was used as accommodation for princesses and courtiers. In the 1950s the Palace became a school house for young princes. Later the Dutch House became the residence of George III and his wife, Queen Charlotte.


Disabled Facilities and Access Assistance.

Kew Palace provides a wide range of assistance for visitors with disabilities.

BSL Interpreted and Audio Guided Tours can also arranged on specific dates.

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Kew Palace Sunday Evening Tours.

On certain Sunday Evenings the Palace can offer an wonderfull experience, see the palace in a new light.

Evening tours are extremely limited and you will see areas of the palace not normally open to the public.

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Queen Charlotte’s Cottage

After you have enjoyed the Home of King George the 3rd you can enjoy Kew Gardens famous cottage.






The cottage is like stepping into the past and has been preserved for the best visitor experience.

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