How do I book a Tower of London with a Blue Peter badge?
As children are only able to use a Blue Peter badge when accompanied by an adult, please book the paid tickets you require in advance, selecting the palace you’d like to visit and clicking the ‘Buy tickets’ option in the top right corner.
Who owns Hampton Court Castle Hereford?
Graham Ferguson Lacey, who has bought the 15th century castle and its 1,000 acres for an undisclosed sum, plans to keep the castle gardens open to the public as part of a world-class tourist attraction.
How is Historic Royal Palaces funded?
It receives no funding from the Government or the Crown, depending on the support of visitors, members, donors, volunteers and sponsors. 4.25 million people visited the palaces in the 2014–15 financial year.
Who owns Hillsborough Castle?
Queen Elizabeth II
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Is the Tower of London still used today?
The Tower today The Tower of London is still one the world’s leading tourist attractions and a world heritage site, attracting visitors from all over the world.
What do you get with royal palace membership?
With membership, you’ll enjoy unlimited adventures at our magnificent palaces, a range of other member benefits including discounts in our cafes, and will be helping us at a time when we really need financial support. There’s never been a better time to join Historic Royal Palaces.
How many historic houses are open to the public?
Almost three hundred historic houses, castles, and gardens open to the public on a regular basis extend free admission to members of Historic Houses when you show a valid membership card. The free to visit scheme is perfect for those looking to explore some of Britain’s stunning independent heritage estates and gardens.
Is the Great Pagoda free with royal palaces membership?
Historic Royal Palaces’ members do receive 10% off the entrance fee to Kew Gardens, which can be used as many times as you like throughout the year. Members can also visit the Great Pagoda within the Gardens free, which is something other visitors must pay an additional charge for.
Do you get free admission to historic houses?
Membership comes with… Almost three hundred historic houses, castles, and gardens open to the public on a regular basis extend free admission to members of Historic Houses when you show a valid membership card. The free to visit scheme is perfect for those looking to explore some of Britain’s stunning independent heritage estates and gardens.