Children under 16 go free and save £2 per adult! Tickets from £17
Kensington Palace unveils a palace of secret stories and public lives. Visitors arrive through beautiful landscaped gardens evoking a past when Kensington was countryside. Ticket includes entrance to the 2017/18 new exhibition - Diana: Her Fashion History.
From 18/10/2017- 28/1/2018. Tickets from £11
The annual Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition returns the Design Museum, providing a snapshot of the very best in innovative and contemporary design from the past year. Now in its 10th year, the exhibition brings together over 60 global projects across six categories.
From 14/7/2017- 28/2/2018. Tickets from £11.50
More than 100 specimens will be on display together for the first time, exploring the extraordinary adaptations of whales, porpoises and dolphins. Travel back 50 million years to the beginning of the evolution of the whale and see how their ancestors used to walk on land.
From 27/10 - 7/12. Tickets from £25
With record sales of over 100 million worldwide, Prince is known as one of the greatest and most successful musical artists of all time. You will get to celebrate the life and legacy of Prince through personal artefacts that give you a unique insight into his life and career!
From 3/11/2017- 4/2/2018. Tickets from £25
It will showcase more than 200 artefacts from the Graceland archives in the UK for the very first time. It will chronicle how Elvis impacted popular culture around the world through music, movies and personal style, and feature items appeared in the 1972 documentary 'Elvis on Tour'.
Children under 16 go free! Tickets from £12
KLooking to the past, present and future of one of the cornerstones of artistic process, this exhibition asks what it means to make art from life, and how the practice is evolving as technology opens up new ways of making and seeing. Limited time only until 11th March.
Tickets from £9.80
Over 100 years ago, the Victorians built a bridge that has become one of London's most famous landmarks. Walkways built to allow people to across the Thames whilst the Bridge was lifted, have now been transformed into viewing galleries, giving visitors a spectacular viwe of London.
Tickets from £10
The Royal Observatory is the historic home of British astronomy, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the world-famous Meridian Line. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century, it was from here that the great scientists of the time precisely mapped the stars to help navigate at sea.
Tickets from £13.50
Experience what life was like on board a true survivor of the seas and discover the epic story of a sailing legend. Venture aboard and beneath one of the world’s most famous ships – the last surviving tea clipper, and the fastest and greatest of her time, with a great view of River Thames.