Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace Gardens, London, Greater London W8 4PX
Kensington Palace is an exquisite working royal residence favoured by Queens and princesses since the 17th century. The childhood home of Queen Victoria and residence of Diana, Princess of Wales, Kensington Palace has recently been refurbished and offers a variety of elegant venues set within beautiful ornamental gardens.

Rooms in Kensington Palace

  • The Orangery

    • 300
    • 150
    • 200
    • 150
    The delightful, light and airy Orangery features elegant scrollwork, graceful arches and floor-to-ceiling windows. The adjoining Terrace makes for a wonderful indoor-outdoor space and overlooks an avenue of trees and lawns.
  • Cupola Room

    • 100
    • 80
    • 80
    The formal routines of court life and royal business were conducted in these finely decorated rooms which include the Cupola room where Queen Victoria was christened and the King’s Drawing Room with its magnificent ceiling. Excellent for hosting dinners and may be combined with a reception in the Sunken Garden.
  • Queen's Gallery

    • 170
    This large, light room with its barrel-vaulted ceiling was Queen Mary II’s personal sitting room where she entertained friends. Today, it is perfect for pre-dinner receptions.
  • The Hub

    • 400
    • 188
    • 188
    The dramatic entrance hall of Kensington Palace features a stunning light sculpture composed of electroluminescent wire dappled with Swarovski crystals. The design is an exact replica of Queen Victoria’s wedding dress.
  • King's Drawing Room

    • 100
    • 90
    • 90
  • The Sunken Garden

    • 80
  • King's Gallery

    • 150
    • 96
    • 170
    • 96