Historic Royal Palaces

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The Historic Royal Palaces are responsible for some of the most magnificent and iconic buildings in the world, including the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and the Banqueting House.

These world renowned and enchanting palace offer grandeur and opulence that spans the centuries, with each palace bringing history to life. The Historic Royal Palaces offers regal interiors, rustic courtyards, sweeping grounds and dark dungeons.

The Palaces have hosted a vast array of productions. The Tower of London has accommodated an eclectic array of productions, including key scenes in Muppets Most Wanted, Doctor Who and Mission: Impossible – Rouge Nation, while Hampton Court Palace opened its gates to Alan Rickman’s A Little Chaos, super sleuth Sherlock Holmes: a Game of Shadows and The Theory of Everything. TV shows such as the NBC Today Show, BBC’S Little Dorrit, The Great British Bake Off and The One Show have also had the privilege to film at the Palaces.

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