Banqueting House Entry Ticket in London
Banqueting House Entry Ticket in London
Banqueting House Entry Ticket in London
Banqueting House Entry Ticket in London

Banqueting House Entry Ticket in London

Pilihan Tiket

Tiket Banqueting House Entry Ticket in London

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London's famous Banqueting House is a piece of history unlike any other. As the site of many a major historical event, the structure has seen its share of monarch and great events taking place within its halls and beneath its vaulted ceilings. Your entry ticket allows you explore the splendid locations within the Banqueting Hall and learn of the histories behind each one. Beginning from the outside, you can step up to the execution site of Charles I, right where the scaffolding stood before the building. Inside, make sure you don't miss a masterpiece from one of the greatest painters in English history: the nine paintings upon the ceiling made by Sir Peter Paul Rubens. The architecture itself is a fascinating sight, as massive stone carvings are found on its walls, an example of the Palladianism influence. Whether you plan to walk the imposing domed halls of the Undercroft or looking through the collection of art and sculpture on the walls, your visit can be guided by an audio guide provided by the location.
Highlights : - Enjoy a visit to Banqueting House for a full day, exploring a survivor of the lost royal Palace of Whitehall - Learn how the structure was among the first completed in the neo-classical style and admire the ceilings - Visit the execution site where King Charles I of England was beheaded on a scaffold - Learn more about the history of Palace of Whitehall, royal healing ceremony, Royal Maundy, and royal fashion
# Additional Information: - Free audio guide in 8 languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, and Mandarin) can be collected from the gift shop and admissions desk - Children aged 0-15 can enter free of charge and must be accompanied and supervised at all times by a paying adult, particularly around the stone staircase - Students (including international students) are entitled to a concession rate ticket if aged 16+ and in full time education. A current student identification card is required to be presented on site - Seniors aged 65+ are entitled to a concession rate ticket and required to show an identification card (with your date of birth) on site - Please be advised that re-entry is **not** permitted into the Banqueting House - Food and drink are not allowed to be consumed on site however you would be allowed to have such items in your bag or luggage - Please do not touch any of the artwork or furniture on display. Historic Royal Palaces may hold you liable for any damage caused by you to the property or any of its contents or for any injury caused to any of our representatives or other visitors during your visit - Dogs will not be admitted (except guide dogs) - There is no luggage storage facility at Banqueting House. Many of the nearby rail stations have [storage facilities](https://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/essential-information/baggage-left-luggage) that can be made use of - Taking non-commercial photographs (without the use of flash) within the palace in most cases is allowed unless it's clearly signposted otherwise, and ask the staff if you are unsure. The use of tripods and selfie-sticks is prohibited. Requests for commercial photography, filming or sketching should be made in advance - Thursdays are provisionally held for all day events and advance tickets are not available. In other events that Banqueting House is closed, staff will happily accept your voucher for another day
# Insider Tips: - We recommend you schedule approximately 45 minutes for the visit. Banqueting House is a popular venue for events and weddings so is sometimes subject to earlier closures. The audio tour lasts approximately 30 minutes