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Royal Albert Hall and Memorial

The Royal Albert Hall has sat at the heart of British culture ever since its conception in 1871. With over 5,000 seats in the auditorium, it puts on a series of notable cultural events across the year, including classical, pop and rock concerts, opera, ballet, film screenings, live orchestra and award ceremonies. And, of course, the annual Proms concerts have been held here every year since 1941.

The idea of the hall was conceived by Prince Albert after the success of the Great Expedition in 1851, although he did not live long enough to see it come to fruition. In memory of her late husband, Queen Victoria commissioned the Albert Memorial, which can be found to the north of the Royal Albert Hall.

Kensington Gore
Kensington
London
SW7 2AP

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7589 8212
Opening Times: Open 9am – 9pm daily at Door 12 of the venue
Charges:
Adult : £14.00
Child : £7.00
Senior Citizen: £12.00
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