Kensington Palace & London Eye Combo Ticket
- Explore Kensington Palace and delve into the lives of Queen Victoria, Lady Diana, and other famous royals.
- Stroll through the beautiful palace gardens - a triumph of Victorian horticulture.
- Take a flight aboard one of the capsules of the London Eye and soar above the city.
- See some of London's top landmarks and attractions from above, like Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and many more.
Kensington Palace & London Eye Combo Ticket
Situated in the Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace London is one of the UK’s most remarkable monuments. Its dynamic range of exhibitions attracts millions every year. By visiting the Palace, you can get a peek into the regal dwelling which is engulfed in rich history.
Kensington Palace London – An elegant royal residence since the 17th Century
The Palace was established in 1609 by George Coppin. In 1619, the Earl of Nottingham purchased it, after which it was called the Nottingham House. William III chose Sir Christopher Wren to supervise the extension of the House in 1689. Since then, it became a major royal dwelling.
The Orangery House was built in the gardens in 1704 for Queen Anne. Under the reign of George I, William Benson replaced Wren and took over the responsibility of improving the Palace. In 1819, Kensington Palace rejoiced with the birth of Queen Victoria. Diana, the Princess of Wales lived here until her last days in 1997. As you can assume, the Palace has been home to numerous English royalties; and today, the Castle houses fifty residents.
The importance of the Palace increases as it accommodates the offices of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, The Duke and Duchess of Kent and Prince Harry. The Mansion is not only their offices but also their home.
Discover Kensington Palace’s luxurious rooms and beautiful gardens
Explore the lavish rooms and areas inside Kensington Palace London. See the State Apartments where Mary and other members of the Royal Family lived and check out the plethora of unique and splendid artworks from the Royal Collections. You will also be able to discover exhibits and lose yourself in mesmerising nostalgia. Visit the Sunken Garden for a colourful exploration of rare flowers. Also, stroll through the Formal Gardens, once the King’s playground.
Board a London Eye capsule for jaw-dropping views
Nobody can miss the London Eye for it is always in plain sight. This awe-inspiring attraction is the tallest cantilevered observation wheel in the world. With an astounding height of 443 feet, the Eye offers fantastic views of the capital. The wheel is 394-foot wide and has thirty-two capsules of 10 tonnes each attached to it. Witness the city like never before as the structure slowly takes you through a 30-minute rotation.
Climb aboard one of the capsules and discover why 3.75 million annual visitors do the same every year. The London Eye offers spectacular vistas of the city and its many iconic landmarks. See The Shard, Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London, MI6 Headquarters, Oxo Tower, River Thames and much more. Additionally, the 4D live-action film experience will blow your mind. Let wind, bubbles and multi-sensory effects take over. You can treat yourself with a chilled glass of cocktail or champagne at the Eye Lounge.
The London Eye and Kensington Palace London combo ticket is a great way to fathom the beauty of Britain’s capital. Avail this once in a lifetime opportunity with friends and family.
- Kensington Palace and Gardens entry tickets
- A 30-minute flight aboard the London Eye
- London Eye 4-D Experience
- Tour guide
- Hotel transfers
- Food and drink
Summer (1st March – 31st October)
Monday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Last admission: 5:00 PM
Winter (1st November – 28th February)
Monday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Last admission: 3:00 PM
Opening times vary throughout the year. Typically, the attraction opens at 10:00 AM and closes between 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM.
How to get to the attractions
London Underground: The nearest stations are Queensway (Central line) and High Street Kensington (Circle and District lines).
Bus: 27, 70, 94, & 390 to Bayswater Road or 9, 10, 49, 52, 70 & 452 to Kensington High Street.
London Underground: The nearest station is Waterloo.
Bus: 211, 77, and 381.
How long does it take to visit the attractions?
We recommend alloting roughly two hours for your visit to Kensington Palace.
The flight aboard the London Eye takes approximately thirty minutes.
Getting your tickets
You will receive your tickets via email shortly after booking. Please present a printed copy at the entrance of each attraction along with valid photo ID.
Please note that both attractions need to be visited on the same day. However, you may choose which you visit first.
Both attractions are wheelchair accessible. Contact staff at the attractions to acquire a wheelchair.
If you wish to use a wheelchair on the London Eye, please pre-book one at least 48 hours in advance. The number of wheelchair users is restricted to two per capsule.
Tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.