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Organise a private viewing of Britain's smallest former royal home: Kew Palace

Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - 11:45

Event organisers can delight their guests with a private viewing of Britain’s smallest palace: Kew Palace. This charming building was once the family home of Georgian royalty, and provides an intriguing insight into the domestic life of George III and his family. Guests can explore the latter years of the King’s life and the infamous, terrible tales of his deterioration into madness.

Guests will be led to the palace through the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and then greeted by a costumed guide to begin their tour. They will walk in the footsteps of the King and his family, through the exquisite Queen’s boudoir to the atmospheric Royal Kitchens whilst admiring the perfectly landscaped gardens.

Set within the picturesque Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Kew Palace provides an intimate setting for tours & events. The palace was closed for 10 years for extensive restoration work and was re-opened in April 2006 for HM The Queen's 80th Birthday dinner.

It has been beautifully represented to appear as it would have done during the residence of George III and Queen Charlotte and provides a fascinating insight into their domestic life.

Kew Palace offers guests the opportunity to borrow a piece of royal history for the day and make a massive contribution to its legacy.

Thanks to events and tours, Kew Palace is able to be conserved for future generations.