Three Palace Pass

£60.00

The Three Palace Past includes the admissions to the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Save £7.50 per adult and £11.35 per child when purchasing all 3 attractions together.

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To redeem your voucher head to the ticket office (Group desk at the Tower of London) at one of the attractions included in this pass where you will be given tickets for all 3 attractions.
Once issued the Passes are valid for two years from date of issue, for one visit per Palace.
Savings referenced are against the on the day walk up rates against the Adult and Child ticket types, and are correct at time of writing.

Tower of London:
Opening Hours:

Summer (1 Mar - 31 Oct)
Tuesday - Saturday 9.00 - 5.30pm
Sunday - Monday 10.00 - 5.30pm

Last admission: 5.00pm

Winter (1 Nov - 28 Feb)
Tuesday - Saturday 9.00 - 4.30pm
Sunday - Monday 10.00 - 4.30pm

Last admission: 4.00pm

23 May: Last admission: 4.00pm

Closed: 24/25/26 December and 1 January

Kensington Palace:
Opening Hours:
Daily 10.00am to 6.00pm (April - October)
Daily 10.00am to 4.00pm (November-March)

Last admission 1 hour before close

Closed: 24/25/26 December

Hampton Court Palace:
Opening Hours:

Summer: 10.00am to 6.00pm
Winter: 10.00am to 4.30pm

Last admission 1hr before closing
Palace, Maze and Tiltyard Café close earlier

Closed:
24/25/26 December
 

The Three Palace Past includes the admissions to the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Save £7.50 per adult and £11.35 per child when purchasing all 3 attractions together.

The Tower of London
The Tower spans over 900 years of British history. One of the best preserved fortified buildings in the world. It houses the priceless Crown Jewels, Royal Armouries, Yeoman Wardens and the ravens.

Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066 and enlarged and modified by successive sovereigns, today the Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous and spectacular fortresses. Discover its 900-year history as a royal palace and fortress, prison and place of execution, mint, arsenal, menagerie and jewel house.

For over 600 years kings and queens of England have stored crowns, robes and other valuable items of ceremonial regalia at the Tower of London. Since the 17th century, at least, this collection has been known as the ‘Crown Jewels’ and has been shown to visitors to the Tower.

Kensington Palace
Kensington Palace has been a royal residence for over 300 years, and it was here that Queen Victoria was born and spent her childhood and, recently, the palace was home to Diana, Princess of Wales. Set within the tranquillity of Kensington Gardens, this is the most intimate of royal palaces, not simply an impressive stage for the ceremonies of court life but a charming and much-loved home. The magnificent State Apartments give a glimpse of court life, with an impressive display of paintings from the Royal Collection.

Hampton Court Palace
Home to the Kings and Queens of Britain since the time of Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace is one of the most famous visitor attractions in the country. Although perhaps best-known as a Tudor Palace, Hampton Court Palace, with its magnificent buildings, world-famous gardens and priceless art collection, continues to inspire visitors of all ages. Discover the magnificent State Apartments of Henry VIII and William III, explore 60 acres of immaculate riverside gardens and lose yourself in the world-famous maze.