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Eltham Palace

London Pass Benefits:

Free entry to Eltham Palace with a London Pass
Normal Ticket Price: Adult: £10.20 Child: £6.10

Eltham Palace is an impressive historical site that has been linked with a distinguished line of Royal figures since its construction in the 1300s. For hundreds of years it was a key residence for the monarchy, even housing a young Henry VIII; by the 1630s, the palace had passed into new ownership and continued to change hands until Civil War when it was used as a barn!

This evocative London palace has a fascinating history – not only is it famous for housing Royalty but (having been bought by Stephen Courtauld in the 1930s) it was partially converted into an excellent example of an Art Deco house. Few London palaces can boast such a varied past.

Eltham Palace is famed for being the only English Art Deco house open to the public, so why not take time out to visit this unique London attraction and take in an atmosphere that combines the best features of a medieval palace with a latter day high society venue. Featured in many feature films including Bright Young Things, this unique house is often used on screen to convey the luxury and decadence of the 1930s.

There are many historic buildings in London, but Eltham is one of the best examples of how London architecture, society and culture have evolved throughout history.

Season specific opening times: 10 April – 30 September: Sunday – Thursday: 10.00 – 18.00. 1 – 25 October: Sunday – Thursday: 10.00 – 17.00. 26 October – 1 November: daily: 10.00 – 17.00. 2 November – 14 February: Sunday: 10.00 – 16.00. 15 – 21 February: daily: 10.00 – 16.00. 22 February – 24 March: Sunday: 10.00 – 16.00. Closed: 24 – 26 & 31 December & 1 January. Last admission 30 minutes before closing. For opening times after 25 March 2016 please see website.

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Well worth the money! We bought a six-day pass, including an Underground pass, and used it every day we were in London. In fact, I calculated that we would have spent more on getting into places and using the Tube, than the pass cost. The pass book, listing where it could be used, was invaluable and pointed us to places, like Benjamin Franklin's home, we wouldn't have visited otherwise. I'll get a London pass again, next time I visit!
Sally Young from USA

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Court Yard, London SE9,


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