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Following the introduction of the 1900 Alexandra Park and Palace (Public Purposes) Act, Alexandra Palace was re-opened, free to the public for the first time.


The new Alexandra Palace opened to the public with its new Henry Willis organ: one of the largest in Europe at the time.


Alexandra Palace opened on Queen Victoria's 54th birthday with a grand celebration including concerts, recitals and fireworks. Tragedy struck 16 days later when a fire broke out in the Palace



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Royal College of Music Philharmonic at Alexandra Palace

Royal College of Music Philharmonic at Alexandra Palace

5 March 2015

Come and hear musicians from the Royal College of Music as they perform one of the best loved works in the classical repertoire – Holst's The Planets. Accompanied by the Grand Willis Organ

War on the Home Front

War on the Home Front

5th March 2015 - 30th September 2015

This year-long temporary exhibition tells the little-known stories of Alexandra Palace's role during the First World War. Open Thursday mornings, Friday afternoons and the first Saturday of every month. Tickets for specialist talks are available now.

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