Going to England? Use this tip to save $100 or more!
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You are dead set on seeing all six of the palaces this time around. Getting this one-time family membership will save you more than if you bought a day family pass at each palace. The bonus? A family membership for two adults includes up to six kids, unlike a single castle family pass which only includes three! So pick up a membership HERE today and save.
*Make sure not to auto-renew your membership. The worst thing is paying twice for something you only used once. Make sure you do not sign up for auto-renew and when the time comes don’t renew. If you need it again after the year is up, simply renew then so you aren’t wasting money needlessly.
For one hundred pounds (roughly $130 at current exchange rates), you can see all six palaces unlimited for a whole year. So if you come back to England for any reason you can use it within that year. If you were to buy each family pass it would cost you $53.20 for the Tower of London, $45.40 for the Hampton Court Palace, $11 for two adults at the Banqueting House (kids are free!), $31 for two adults at Kensington Palace (again, kids are free), $36 for a family of four at Kew Palace, and $22 for a family of four at Hillsborough Castle. So, you could pay two hundred pounds (or roughly $260 at today’s exchange rate) for individual family passes (which are a savings over the gate individual prices) and one day access to each of these places, or you can spend one hundred pounds ($130) and get a year of access to all six palaces*. The choice is yours. Buy your membership HERE.
*Prices based on each palace’s website as of the publishing of this post. You’ll always get the best price when you book online for Kensington Palace admission tickets. We would advise advance booking for the Diana: Her Fashion Story exhibition (it sells out fast and is not included in the annual membership. Younger ones might not be interested in it. They can explore the gardens or grounds on your pass while you soak in the history of this beloved woman.) Kew Palace is set within the grounds of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. There is an additional charge to access the gardens, in order to reach the palace. Please note Kew Palace is open Apr-Sep.
Remember: no other pass includes all of the royal palaces. So if you want to see them all. This is the best way to do it. Interested in more tips to save on your next trip to London England? Check out this article HERE.