Alexandra Park and Palace


About Alexandra Park and Palace

Alexandra Park and Palace have long been known as an entertainment venue. Alexandra Park covers 80 hectares and here you can pitch and putt, relax on the boating lake or wander around the onsite garden centre. There is a restaurant on site or why not bring a picnic and enjoy the great British outdoors.

At Alexandra Palace you'll find a timetable of events and exhibitions throughout the year. You can even explore the history of the Palace on a tour. There's some beautiful architecture and a few hidden gems here including the Victorian theatre.

The Palace first opened in 1873; however, only sixteen days later it was destroyed by fire. With typical Victorian vigour, the Palace was quickly rebuilt and it reopened on 1 May 1875 and its long history as a public centre of entertainment, recreation and education began in earnest.

Helpful information about Alexandra Park and Palace

This iconic north London venue offers everything you need for an extraordinary event or great day out with the benefit of some of the best panoramic views of London. Check out their What’s On section to see all the events on offer, or visit Things To Do to plan a great day out. You can also enjoy ice skating all year round as Alexandra Palace ice rink provides a stunning location for family ice skating, professional ice skating lessons or for those simply looking to ice skate for fun!

Where to stay near Alexandra Park and Palace

There are plenty of small hotels and B&B’s in a variety of locations around Alexandra Park and Palace, London. Whether you are seeking a family room, or looking for somewhere to rest your head, there are is lots to choose from nearby to suit all budgets, including, houses, apartments and boats. Please check out our accommodation in London.

Things to do near Alexandra Park and Palace

Why not treat yourself and book ‘Incognito Tours’ and enjoy a private tour of Hampton Court Palace and then a cruise back to Richmond. There are plenty of other tour companies as well as Tours by Taxi.

There is so many Attractions in London for everyone, but probably some of the best ones for families, include London Dungeon, Sea Life Aquarium, Cutty Sark and London Transport Museum; check out Top London Attractions for Families.

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