Kew Palace

Kew Palace

For an insight into the private lives of Georgian Royalty, make sure to visit Kew Palace. Built in 1631, the intimate residence became a sanctuary for George III, Queen Charlotte, and their 15 children. Enjoy authentically re-created rooms and newly refurbished Royal kitchens. Stroll through the gardens to the Queen’s Cottage, once home to a royal menagerie of kangaroos, Tartarian pheasants, and cattle. 

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