Kensington Palace Christmas Party Venue in London
Celebrate the festive season in royal style at the Kensington Palace Christmas party venue in London. For nearly 400 years, Kensington Palace has been the residence of some of England’s most beloved royals, including Queen Victoria and Diana, Princess of Wales. This exquisite venue is a fusion of stately home and artistic masterpiece, thanks to the influence of its stylish residents and virtuoso artists over the centuries.
Due to its exclusive nature, Kensington Palace is only available for 100 private events each year, making it a truly unique and prestigious setting for your Christmas party.
From April to October 2023, Kensington Palace will host its largest fashion exhibition, featuring a vast collection of historic and modern dresses displayed throughout the glittering State Apartments and intimate exhibition spaces. As a result, not all State Apartments are available for hire, but the venue capacity will expand at the end of 2023.
The King’s Drawing Room offers fantastic views and spectacular artistry, with light streaming through the windows and a vista over Queen Victoria’s statue, the Round Pond, and Kensington Gardens. This stunning space can accommodate up to 70 guests for seated dinners, and when combined with the Cupola Room, it can cater to 100 guests for dining or 150 guests for standing drinks receptions.
The Cupola Room, steeped in history and known for music, dancing, and celebrations, is also where Queen Victoria was baptised. Overlooking the palace’s Wiggly Walk, Sunken Garden, and Pavilion, this elegant room can host up to 30 guests for a seated dinner, with drinks served in the Entrance Hall. When combined with the King’s Drawing Room, the capacity increases to 100 guests for dining or 150 for standing drinks receptions. For late-night dancing, you can also combine the Cupola Room with the Kensington Palace Pavilion.
Don’t miss the opportunity to host an unforgettable Christmas party at the Kensington Palace Christmas party venue in London, a majestic setting that will leave a lasting impression on all who attend. Book your festive celebration now and create cherished memories with your guests at this extraordinary and iconic London landmark.
Minwoo Kim4 weeks ago
While this palace may be somewhat smaller than others, it certainly does not lack in historical significance or charm. Now serving as a museum, it provides fascinating insights into various aspects of history and culture. During my visit, there was a captivating exhibition on fashion, illustrating the evolution and impact of style through the ages. Additionally, the palace hosts a second museum dedicated to the childhood of Britain's royal children. It was particularly enlightening to delve into Queen Victoria's early life, providing a rare glimpse into the formative years of this iconic monarch. What left an indelible impression was the charming small theatre, a testament to the palace's rich cultural history. This feature is an absolute must-see. Please note that entry to the palace requires a ticket. It's also worth mentioning that if you arrive later than the scheduled time, there might be a lengthy wait. However, the wealth of history and beauty housed within its walls makes the wait worthwhile. This palace is more than a destination; it's a journey into the past.
Prabhakar Samudralaa year ago
Great place to visit especially if you are a historic fan. The Palace has lots of stuff to make our eyes explore the royal life. Great surroundings.. there is a small pond with lots of swans and birds. Children will have fun time. This is located near a very big park and great for families and friends weekend gatherings.
Alison Salter7 months ago
Never been before and the weather helped an enjoyable day. The self lead audio tour was insightful and the venue not overly crowded. Gift shop had some lovely items and the cafe ample indoor/outdoor seating. The Pavilion restaurant looked inviting
Jonathan Perry (Yoni)a year ago
This is the Palace of the "Young Royals" one of many Royal residence throughout the UK. It was a short walk about 5-6 minutes from the Hilton at Hyde Park where we spent almost a week. Also a memorial garden to Princess Diana. We spent about two hours touring at a leisure pace. They had an exhibit "Life Through a Royal Lens" which had a fascinating collection of photos of the royal family many candid and family shots. It was about $25pp for entry. We had a tight schedule, we had a reservation to do "High tea at the Palace" it starts at 34£ pp. Advance reservations recommended.
Kyle Fieldsa year ago
Buy tickets online ahead of time for a scheduled hour! It was a nice visit and not too crowded due to the timed slot setup. We went at 12pm and it seemed like a perfect time. It was beautiful outside, many people running and relaxing in the park, sunny with tons of birds. Absolutely beautiful.