It is not your average History Tour, this time round Alexandra Palace will be adding a few extras.
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The Tour will visit the Grand Victorian Theatre and current working areas of the Palace ending the tour in the Transmitter Hall where the War on the Home Front exhibition is taking place which includes an educational video about the Palace and it’s role during WW1 and for real History buffs a mock up studio to replicate the BBC’s time at the Palace will be in place (as the BBC studios are not currently open to the public).
And to top it all off to refresh from all that stunning History there will be a selection of tea’s and cakes included in the ticket price.
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Doors open 10 minutes prior to the start of your tour.
Please print your email confirmation and bring with you to your tour.
Meeting point will be at The East Court Foyer (Ice rink reception) which is the east end of the Palace. People are encouraged to arrive 10 minutes before the tour starts. The route will finish in the Transmitter Hall on the South Terrace (the meeting point can be viewed on the map in the floor plan tab).
Please note that the historic BBC studios is currently not available to view as part of this tour however there will be a mock up BBC studio in the Transmitter Hall where the tour will finish.
Get here early and soak up the atmosphere of our Festival Village – featuring a line-up of the finest names in London street food and an eclectic bill of bands and DJs. Start your gig the right way.
Alexandra Palace Way
Tube: Wood Green
Railway: Alexandra Palace Rail
Bus: W3 or Shuttle Bus
Alexandra Palace is a charity, run for the benefit of everyone. Our Park, Palace and spectacular events have been enriching lives since 1863, but the coronavirus pandemic has hit us hard. To be blunt, we are looking at a £1m shortfall this year and the same again next year. We know this time has been hard on many people but, if you can afford it, your support will help us get through this crisis.