Venues are open daily throughout the year. Banqueting house is closed on Sundays.Duration
Your pass expires 2 years from the purchase date.Start time
Tower of London: 9:00am – 4:30pm
Hampton Court Palace and Gardens: 10:00am – 4:30pm
Kensington Palace: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Banqueting House: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Venues may open later during peak months. You will be able to get detailed and seasonal opening information when you collect your tickets.
Your pass expires 2 years from the purchase date. You are free to spend as long as you wish at each of palaces.
Voucher for all passes to be redeemed at the Tower of London Ticket Office. Nearest tube station is Tower Hill.
Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00am - 5:30pm
Sunday to Monday: 10:00am - 5:30pm
Activity ends at the starting point
The Four Palace Pass brings over 900 years of royal history to life in a simple and prestigious package. It offers unbeatable value for money, providing admission to the four Palaces at a special price.
Your ultra-convenient Pass includes one admission each to the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and Gardens, Kensington Palace and the Banqueting House, Whitehall.
Be amazed by the rich stories of intrigue, ambition, romance, devotion and disaster. What’s more, these are your stories – they belong to everyone. Plan a visit to the Historic Royal Palaces and you’ll be surprised at what you’ll find.
Your pass lasts for two years from date of purchase so you will have plenty of time to explore these fabulous attractions.
The Four Palace Pass offers admission to the following attractions:
Tower of London: Lying on the banks of the River Thames the Tower of London has been a royal palace and a prison. Since being built by William the Conquerer in 1078 it has taken a place at the heart of British history.
Hampton Court Palace: Located South West of London on the banks of the River Thames Hampton Court Palace was inhabited by the Royal Family until the 18th Century. The palace is an intricate blend of Tudor and Baroque architecture and the grounds are best known for their famous maze.
Kensington Palace: Lying to the west of central London in the exclusive borough of Kensington has been home to various members of the royal family since the 17th Century. Diana, Princess of Wales lived here until her death in 1997 and it is the official London residence for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Banqueting House: Part of the Palace of Westminster, Banqueting House was commissioned by Henry VIII and historically was used by the royal family for social occasions.
Immediately on booking you will be emailed a receipt for your purchase. We will follow this up with your booking voucher within 48 hours of receiving your booking.
You should take this booking voucher the Tower of London ticket office where you can exchange the voucher for the four palace pass.
Banqueting House may close at short notice for Government functions.
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