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Great Britain, London: A Prince of a Man

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A chance to “dress up” as Prince Albert in Kensington Palace, London.

Great Britain, London: Queen for a Minute

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We loved the way you could maneuver the reflections in a glass case in Kensington Palace to look like you are wearing Queen Victoria’s crown.

 

Great Britain, London: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

She was quite the catch.

 

Great Britain, London: Princess Di’s Gowns

Diana’s gowns are displayed in Kensington Palace with descriptions of where she wore them. She was much taller than we thought.

Great Britain, London: A Princess Sitting at a Queen’s Desk

Photo op at Queen Victoria’s desk in Kensington Palace. On the desk are her diary notes from the day when she became Queen in this very Palace.

Great Britain, London: The World’s Princess

Photos of Princess Di and her boys in Kensington Palace which is included on the London City Pass.

Great Britain, London: Royal Wallpaper

Loved loved loved the wallpaper drawings of Princess Diana in Kensington Palace where she lived. Her sons now live here with their families. This wall is hidden in a little hallway near the public bathroom.

Great Britain, London: Queen Victoria’s Gown

Picture yourself walking around in this gown. Queen Victoria did. She was much smaller than we think.

Great Britain, London: Kensington Palace – Home of Past and Future Queens and Kings

Diana walked through these gates and in these gardens, and her gowns are displayed in an exhibit here. Oh yes, and famous Queen Victoria lived here too. Diana walked through these gates and in these gardens, and her gowns are displayed in an exhibit here. Oh yes, and famous Queen Victoria lived here too. Princes William and Harry have come back to live here – with memories of their Mom and Dad surrounding them.

Great Britain, London: The Shard

The newest, highest tourist spot in London is called the Shard. You go up up up to the floor 68, 69 and 72 to find a garden of Eden, with a snack bar and plenty of photo ops. Since it is almost twice the height of any other view in the capital, it offers wowy 360-degree views for up to 40 miles. Free on the London City Pass.