Visit Kensington Palace in London and explore the Royal life

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Kensington-Palace

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry both, were born and raised in Kensington Palace.

The Kensington Palace was billed by Sir George Coppin in 1605 in Kensington village. The Palace used to be known as Nottingham House in the 16th century. 

In 1689, King William and Queen Mary purchased Nottingham House from Daniel Finch, the Secretary of State for £20, 000. Shortly after that the architect of St Paul’s Cathedral, [tippy title=” Christopher Wren” href=””][/tippy], been asked by them to extend the Nottingham House into a palace. To save money he kept the same house. However, he built a three-storey building at the four corners. The outcome of his work is what you see as Kensington Palace these days.

The extension carried out six months later. The King and the queen relocated in on Xmas Eve 1689. On the next several years, the gallery the Apartments added to the palace. From that date, up to now, the Kensington Palace is open to the public, and you can visit the Palace and explore the Royal life. 

Where is the Kensington Place?

Kensington Palace located in [tippy title=”Kensington Gardens” href=””][/tippy] and it has been one of the British Royal Family residencies from over 300 years ago. In 1981 when Charles the Prince of Wales and [tippy title=”Princess Diana ” href=””][/tippy](the Princess of Wales) got married, they start their Kensington Palacemarried life in Kensington Palace.

Prince William (The Duke of Cambridge) and Prince Harry both were born and raised in Kensington Palace. William and Harry went to nursery and schools in Notting Hill area which is a short distance from the Kensington Palace. The Kensington place was the residence of Charles and Diana. Even after their divorce in 1996 until Diana’s death in 1997.

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Currently, Prince William and Kate and Prince Harry and some of the Royal family members are living in Kensington Palace.

The Palace rooms are open to the public. Since then,  People can visit the Palace and explore the Royal life. If that’s the case, then let us organise your tickets with the goal that you need not waste your time in buying tickets. All you have to do is to follow the link below. Start your journey to the Palace and experience the Royal life.

How to get to Kensington Palace?

Depends on how you plan, but before you start your journey don’t forget about buying your Oyster Card to reduce the travel cost.  The closest Underground Stations are High Street Kensington Station(District or Circle Line) and Queensway(Central Line) or Notting Hill Gate (Red Line). From all three  Stations, you need to walk about 10 to 15 minutes to get to Kensington Palace. The access to the Kensington Palace is from Hyde Park.

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How to get to Kensington Palace by Bus?

If you decide to use the London Red Buses, please use the following bus routes: Bus number 70, 94, 148, 390 towards Bayswater Road and 9, 10, 49, 52, 70,452 towards Kensington High Street.

Are you going to purchase Hop on Hop off Bus Tour Ticket?

If yes, then do not hurry around because each spot in London has a story to tell. Not a long way from the thundering activity of High Street Kensington in London, in the midst of the greenery of Kensington Gardens, is a seventeenth-century imperial castle.

Nearest tube(s) to Kensington Palace

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You might decide to choose one of the Hotels near Kensington Palace. Well, the good news is that you have plenty of choices. Try the below window to find the best price.

Enjoy your trip.

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