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This revolutionary building was created for court entertainments, so imagine yourself as part of the dazzling company of courtiers who attended the exuberant court masques and danced and drank beneath the magnificent Rubens-painted ceiling. But spare a thought for Charles I, who in 1649 was beheaded outside on a scaffold to the ‘dismal, universal ‘groan’ of the crowd’: these glorious paintings were one of his last sights on earth….
Daily 10.00-13.00, last admission 12.30. (Open until 17.00 when no evening events scheduled).
Child Policy -
Children under 16 go free.
Important Info -
Free Audio Guides available in French, English, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish and Japanese.
The Main Hall of the Banqueting House is accessible via a lift in an adjoining property. Monday-Friday only-please enquire in advance of the visit to ensure that access can be granted. Registered Disabled Visitors are charged the relevant ticket price and carers are admitted free of charge. Guide Dogs are permitted.