Christmas at Kensington Palace: Game of Crowns

Things to do
  • 5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
0 Love It
Save it
 (© Lottie Davies)
© Lottie Davies

Kensington Palace 'Spot The Difference' for 'Game of Crowns', Christmas 2013, created by Hide & Seek.

 (© SWNS)

Kesington Palace, London covered in snow.

 (© Kensington Palace)
© Kensington Palace

Carol singers and the Christmas tree

 (© SWNS)

Kesington Palace, London covered in snow.

A month-long Christmas celebration including extravagant parties, card games, concerts and balls, hosted by a royal at a palace? No, Prince Harry isn’t throwing a house party at his nan’s. That’s how King William III decided to celebrate the festive season of 1699 – in lavish style at Kensington Palace. Now, inspired by the fun-loving King, with help from game-makers Hide & Seek and independent charity Historic Royal Palaces, the palace is playing host to a series of historically inspired games and days of play. On arrival each visitor will be presented with a customisable crown before gawping at the 30ft Christmas tree, exploring the King’s State Apartments, taking part in specially devised games and, finally, taking a seat on a very special throne.


Average User Rating

5 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:1
  • 4 star:0
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
1 person listening