The independent charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and the Banqueting House on Whitehall
Keith Hanson gave a fantastic talk for #HRPMembers today. Thanks to all for coming! http://bit.ly/o7qLeo
Many thanks to #HRPMembers who came to the Members’ Annual Carol Service in the Chapel Royal last night.
Credit crunch Xmas gifts? No, these bricks show each era of Kensington’s history, uncovered in the current works
Many thanks to #HRPMembers who came to the lunchtime lecture with Jo Thwaites at Kensington Palace today.
#HRPMembers were very lucky to have #JohnCooper talk about his fantastic new book in the White Tower last night!
#HRPMembers and Friends of the Globe joined forces last night at the Tower of London to welcome Howard Brenton!
The doors to the Little Banqueting House were opened especially for #HRPMembers this afternoon. Thanks for coming!
Many thanks to everyone who attended the #HRPMembers' Private View of the Royal Beasts exhibition last night.
Alison Weir launched her new book at our #HRPmember event at Hampton Court Palace last night! We hope you had fun!
Thank you to all the #HRPmembers who came to the Tracy Borman book launch at HM Tower of London last night.
Ian Franklin took a Member Tour at Hampton Court Palace yesterday. He enjoyed showing off the palace to #Members!
It looks like our members had a great time on one of the Flint Tower tours we had this week. Thanks for coming!
Royal Beasts fact: uncaged monkeys lived in a room where visitors could walk amongst them - shut down after a monkey attacked a boy
We hope you had a great time at the #Members'GardenParty last night! The weather wasn't what we had hoped for but we still had fun, did you?
Very cute pair from Hounds for Heroes
And the Duke of Wellington too...
Victoria and Albert are here to cast a regal eye over proceedings
Good luck to all our canine competitors at the Dashing Dog Show at Kensington Palace today
A jolly game of bowls for the Beefeaters at the Tower of London in 1929 - complete with four-legged referee.
Did you know: Edwin Landseer, sculptor of Trafalgar Square’s lions, drew the lions at the Tower of London as a boy
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