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9th April 2020

Kensington Palace, London

Explore the birthplace and intimate childhood home of Queen Victoria and home to young royals for over 300 years. Walk in the footsteps of royalty in the King’s State Apartments, the beautiful Queen’s Apartments and the famous Sunken Garden.
Learn about Queen Victoria’s long and extraordinary life in her own words at the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace, London. Inspired by the Queen’s own journals and featuring displays of personal objects in the rooms where she once lived, this exhibition gives an intimate account of Queen Victoria’s fascinating 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.

The definitive Queen Victoria exhibition

Victoria Revealed explores the many, often surprising aspects of Queen Victoria’s character: devoted wife, dedicated mother, lover of the arts, devastated widow and powerful stateswoman, with a reign spanning 63 years.
The exhibition is comprised of more than 300 magnificent items from Historic Royal Palaces’ own collections and 11 British lenders. Comprising a magnificent diamond and emerald tiara, emerald necklace, earrings and brooch, this matching suite of jewels showcases both the exquisite workmanship of nineteenth century goldsmiths, and Prince Albert’s own flair for design.
It includes iconic, beautiful and deeply personal objects: from the dolls Victoria made as a little girl to a stunning pink Ottoman embroidered jacket, showcasing her crucial role as a diplomat.

Also featured are paintings, photography and sculptures by Victoria’s favourite artists, including Sir George Hayter, Franz Xaver Winterhalter and Sir Edwin Landseer.

You will also gain insight into the life of Prince Albert, the love of Victoria’s life. Here he is revealed to be a passionate, moral individual who was deeply involved in the life of the nation.

This visit will allow, traffic permitting, approximately 1h 30mins/2 hours free time in Kensington before going into Kensington Palace.

Pick Up Points:

09.00H Great Yeldham
09.07H Castle Hedingham
09.15H Sible Hedingham
09.25H Halstead
09.40H Braintree

Itinerary:

11.15H Approx. Arrival in Kensington – Free Time
13.00H Entrance to Kensington Palace
15.00H Afternoon Tea at Hilton Kensington
16.30H Approx. Depart London

Book NOW for £30.00pp deposit.

All our visits are subject to minimum numbers being met.

£65.00 inclusive of Executive Mini Coach travel to and from London, entrance to Kensington Palace and Afternoon Tea.

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