KENSINGTON PALACE CELEBRATING the LIVES of PRINCESS DIANA and QUEEN VICTORIA

Sunday, 30 July 2017

We travel to London and Kensington Palace this morning to view two exhibitions celebrating the lives of probably the greatest female Royals of all time. 2017 marks the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death and will celebrate her life and the evolution of her image and style. The palace was a place of unique significance in the Princess's life and the focus of a worldwide tribute following her death as thousands of people left an unforgettable sea of flowers at the gates. Echoing this tribute the palace gardeners will celebrate the Princess's life with a beautiful White Garden reflecting the seasons from spring to late summer.
Explore Queen Victoria's long and extraordinary life in her own words. Inspired by the Queen's own journals, and featuring displays of personal objects in the rooms where she once lived, the exhibition gives an intimate account of Victoria's extraordinary life. Princess Victoria was born on 24 May 1819 at Kensington Palace where she grew up alone with her mother, the Duchess of Kent, and spent what she would later recall as a lonely and unhappy childhood. She became queen at just eighteen and held her first Privy Council meeting in Kensington Palace’s Red Saloon. There are other exhibitions on famous Royals including William II, Queen Mary II, George II and Princess Margaret. Relax in the 18th century Orangery Restaurant serving lunch and afternoon tea for refreshments.

Adult price: 
£58.00
Senior Citizen Price: 
£55.20
Child price: 
£43.50
Included: 

Including admission Palace and Gardens.