Kew Palace and Royal Kitchens

Step into this tiny doll's house of a palace and sense the joys and sorrows of past royal lives in intimate detail, as George III and his family come to life in the very rooms in which they inhabited.
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The most intimate of royal palaces, Kew Palace was built as a private house in 1631 and used by the royal family between 1729 and 1818. In happier times, George III, Queen Charlotte and their 15 children enjoyed a relatively simple domestic routine at Kew. In later years the atmosphere darkened as Kew became a retreat for the ailing King.

Experience a riot of colour in authentically re-created Georgian rooms, before wandering through the eerie upper floor, left untouched for centuries. The Royal Kitchens newly restored in 2012, yet untouched since Queen Charlotte's death in 1818 are a fascinating insight into Georgian culinary life.

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Prezzi

Biglietto bambini Gratis
Biglietto ridotto 4.50 per biglietto
Biglietto adulti 5.30 per biglietto

Kew Palace and the Royal Kitchens are included in admission to Kew Gardens.

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Orari di apertura

Admission ticket to Kew Gardens must be purchased for access to Kew Palace. Queen Charlotte's Cottage within the grounds is free and open at weekends and bank holidays in the summer.

Dettagli della location & mappa

Kew Palace and Royal Kitchens

Indirizzo:
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Richmond
London
TW9 3AB
Telefono:
0333 320 6000
E-mail
kewpalace@hrp.org.uk
Sito Web
http://www.hrp.org.uk
Trasporti pubblici:
Tube: Kew Gardens

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