Kensington Palace – Home of George Alexander Louis

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Kate Middleton, Prince William new baby will grow up in residence in a private wing of Kensington Palace. Royal officials say Britain’s new prince has been named George Alexander Louis. Palace officials said Wednesday that the 2-day-old baby and third-in-line to the throne will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. Kensington Palace is a royal palace overlooking the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens. It has been a royal residence since the 17th century. Currently, the palace is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Other residents include Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, Duke and Duchess of Kent and Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. Areas of Kensington Palace are open to the public. Visitors can walk through the King’s State Apartments, the Queen’s State Apartments and the Gardens. There are also exhibitions plus a shop and The Orangery cafe.

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Facts About London Eye Ride

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The Eye stands a whopping 135 metres high on the South Bank between Waterloo and Westminster Bridges, right opposite Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament and provides stunning views over central London and beyond. You can get fantastic views of most of London, especially the Houses of Parliament, follow St. James Park as it sweeps down to Buckingham Palace and the clock tower of Big Ben. Lot of people are scared of heights but it is reasonably ok on it. You feel secure. You will relax in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules. Standart ticket includes 30-40 minutes ride and new 4D Experience.

Opening times

January – March (daily 10.00am – 8.30pm)
April to June (daily 10.00am – 9.00pm)
July and August (daily 10.00am – 9.30pm)
September to December (daily 10.00am – 8.30pm)

Standard Ticket

Adults (16 Plus): £18.60
Child (4-15 years): £9.54
Senior: £15.00
Child (Under 4): FREE

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