Kensington Palace is a picturesque royal palace overlooking the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens. Kensington palace has been home to royalty since the 17th century, with King William and Queen Mary moving in on Christmas Eve 1689.
Kensington Palace is currently the home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate. With the Sunken Garden, Orangery and Lawn, there is no better place to say your vows or host an exclusive party.
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Kensington Palace is renowned for its stunning Orangery and Lawn, which make the perfect backdrop for a luxury wedding or private event. Encased in corinthian columns and flooded with natural light, the Orangery is the perfect place to host your ceremony. A reception in the Orangery can seat upto 200 people, and the lawn can fit 1,000 guests and a marquee, making for an affair fit for the royalty.
The lawns at the Kensington Palace Orangery is a stunning space for a beautiful marquee for up to 400 guests seated. Picture a summer party or wedding at the palace with a gorgeous roof only structure, taking in the warmth on a summers day. Marquee events at Kensington Palace are quite rare, requiring special permission but offering the ultimate exclusivity. Famous weddings that took place on the lawn include that of Nicky Hilton and James Rothschild.
Although you cannot get married in Kate and Will’s apartment as such, Kensington Palace offers an array of event spaces for your corporate event or private party. Surround yourself with stunning works of art in the Queen’s Gallery, built for Queen Mary II, fitting up to 170 guests. If you need a bigger space for an exhibition or party, The Hub will fit 400 people, and the State Apartments will fit 200 guests, the luxurious 17th century aesthetic never failing to impress.