A new year is upon us and that can only mean one thing – you’ll be thinking about resolutions and getting 2020 off to a positive start. Whether you want to save money or simply spend quality time with the family, you can make a big step in the right direction with a Historic Royal Palaces membership.
Become a member and you’ll receive exclusive access to the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle – places that have played a vital part in British history and are brimming with fascinating antiques.
With behind the scenes access, exclusive member events, expert talks and much more, your membership will not only keep these buildings and their stories alive, but it could also bring you one step closer to fulfilling those resolutions. Read on to see how this wonderful membership could help you achieve your goals in 2020…
Visitors explore Henry VIII’s Kitchens after re-interpretation in 2018. Tudor cooks and kitchen staff show adults and children how the food is made
Do you want to spend more quality time with your loved ones this year? There’s something for all the family at the historic royal palaces. Weekends and school holidays are precious, and what better way to spend them than by getting lost in the Hampton Court Maze together, cooking up a feast in Henry VIII’s Kitchens or learning how to fight like a medieval knight?
Say goodbye to stress
A Historic Royal Palaces membership is the perfect way to leave your worries behind and be present in the moment. There is so much to see and do at the palaces, you could easily spread your adventures over several trips (which is especially ideal when the little ones get tired). Just come back and pick up where you left off last time and make your membership work for you.
If you want to tighten your purse strings in 2020, then you’re in luck. With your membership, you can visit the palaces as many times as you like throughout the year, and you’ll get a 10% discount off your entry ticket into Kew Gardens. If you fancy a spot of lunch or want to buy a gift on your day out, you’ll also get a helpful 10% discount in the shops, cafés and restaurants. Plus, you’ll also be able to beat the queues, as you’ll be invited to see new exhibitions and the Magic Garden in Hampton Court Palace before anyone else.
A young boy holding a spear at the Tudors at the Tower family festival
Across the palaces, you’ll find engaging, interactive displays and shows such as Horrible Histories. This means it’s never been easier to soak up centuries of history while also having fun. You and your family can learn how things grow in the kitchen gardens, how money was made at The Tower’s Mint and how the Tower of London once even had a zoo! Plus, there are plenty of charming antiques and paintings to discover, too.
Try out something new
As a member of Historic Royal Palaces, you’ll have a myriad of unique activities to enjoy – whatever the weather. You can hunt down Easter bunnies on a Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt, climb London’s original skyscraper at Kew Gardens and enjoy numerous family picnics during the summer holidays. When things cool down in autumn, why not cosy up by the fire in the Tudor kitchens or skate into winter at the Tower of London or Hampton Court Palace Ice rinks?
Become a member today and you’ll enjoy:
- Unlimited entry to five historic royal palaces – Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Hillsborough Castle and Gardens
- A 10% discount on admission into Kew Gardens, where you can find Kew Palace and the Great Pagoda
- A free subscription to the Historic Royal Palaces members’ magazine, Inside Story
- A 10% discount in the palace shops, cafes and restaurants
- A programme of exclusive member events
Become a member today and enjoy 15 months for the price of 12 when you pay by annual Direct Debit