Historic Royal Palaces Royal Pass in London for theatre breaks
Welcome to 900 years of intrigue, ambition, romance, devotion and disaster… This convenient, flexible and undated combination ticket allows you to plan your own historical sight-seeing itinerary.
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Book Historic Royal Palaces Royal Pass
as the highlight to your London break
Historic Royal Palaces Royal Pass
The only restriction is that you visit the Tower of London first to redeem your Theatre Breaks voucher for the pass. Valid for 2 years. See our Factfile on the right of your screen for details on the three different Palace Passes on offer. Must-see attractions at the Tower of London Recommended minimum visit time 3 hours The Crown Jewels Visit the Jewel House and come face to face with the Crown Jewels The Bloody Tower Decide for yourself – murdered or not murdered ? The story of the two Princes unfolds in the Bloody Tower that was later also the prison of Sir Walter Raleigh. NEW! Hands on History A new opportunity to test your skills as a Yeoman Archer or experience the drama of medieval combat. This new permanent display, developed with the Royal Armouries can be found on the the second floor of the White Tower. Prisoners of the Tower Discover the real story of the prisoners held at the Tower by exploring the very towers where they were held. Traitors’ Gate Below the Medieval Palace is Traitors’ Gate; discover who passed through here into the Tower, and why. Must-see attractions at Hampton Court Palace Recommended minimum visit time 4 hours Stroll through Henry VIII’s State Apartments where tales of joy and tragedy unfold. Marvel at the magnificent Chapel Royal Visit the elegant King’s and Queen’s Apartments Find out what’s cooking in the Tudor Kitchens The famous Palace Gardens and maze are a year-round delight. For further information on these, as well as on the Banqueting House, Kensington Palace and Kew Palace – take a look at www.hrp.org.uk