Alexandra Palace

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Place To See


Known endearingly to Londoners as ‘Ally Pally’, the palace was built in 1900 as a recreation and entertainment center for the public, which it has been ever since.

Insider Tip

With summer in London comes Ally Pally’s Kaleidoscope Festival, a celebration of music, theatre, and comedy set within beautiful grounds.

Travel + Leisure
Alexandra Palace, or the Ally Pally, as it’s familiarly called, is a spectacular Victorian pile View full review from Travel + Leisure
Lonely Planet
Built in 1873 as North London’s answer to Crystal Palace, this grand construction sits high on a hill overlooking the city, surrounded by 196 hectares of parkland. View full review from Lonely Planet
Address: Alexandra Palace Way, London, England N22 7AY
Phone: +44 20 8365 2121