- Kew Palace Admission
"Kew Palace was the family country house of King George III, between 1800 and 1818 where the royal family lived as the 'simplest country gentlefolks'.
It's surprisingly intimate, more like a home than a palace, the privacy and intimacy of this smallest of English royal palaces made it the favourite country retreat for the royal family in the late 18th century.
It has been lovingly restored, re-presented with some rooms left untouched and reopened to the public in April 2006 after a widely acclaimed restoration. The palace tells the story of George III and his family at rest at and play."