Kew Palace – A temporary residence of King George III. See the Palace and enjoy the world famous Royal Botanic Garden
Kew Palace is situated inside the Royal Botanic Gardens. It’s one of the popular attractions along side Royal Botanic Garden.
This Palace originally known as ‘Old Palace’ or Dutch House. It was built in 1631 by Samuel Fortrey. By marriage it became the property of Samuel Molyneux, Esq., secretary to George II. Frederick, Prince of Wales (son of George II) and subsequently King George III own this house.
A musical portrait of Frederick, Prince of Wales and his sisters by Philip Mercier, dated 1733, uses the house as its plein-air backdrop. King George III used it as temporary residence as well.
Nearest Railway Station: Kew Gardens (District Line)
Address: Kew Palace, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London TW9 3AB
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