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Welcome to the official Historic Royal Palaces website where you can learn all about our five palaces and how you can visit them.

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    Kensington Gardens London W8 4PX www.hrp.org.uk A separate part of the exposition is devoted to Princess Diana. It includes a small temporary exhibition of her dresses, among which is the small black Versace frock that Diana wore to the London premiere of "Apollo 13" in 1995. Read more... After a... Read article

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    Although you will need to pay an entrance fee into both Hampton Court Palace and the Tower of London, each costing £10.80 at the gate, you can buy joint tickets to both for £17.50 (roughly $31.50). Visit www.hrp.org.uk for further information. The palace gardens are also not to be missed – ther... Read article

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    Though some are closed in the winter, many of the most famous stay open. If you're close to London, Hampton Court is well worth a visit: for details on that and other palaces, try http://www.hrp.org.uk/ Museums are another fantastic idea for wet weather. Many British ones are free, including the ... Read article

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