Alexandra Palace

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We are bringing the Victorian-era East Wing back to its full splendour and creating a world tourist attraction.

 Our restoration of the iconic Alexandra Palace is lifting the lid on a goldmine of Victorian-era architecture that hasn’t been seen for decades.

The £17 million theatre renovation include an auditorium capacity of up to 1,300 people – a reduction from its original 2,500 seated capacity – and see the balcony reinstated. The designs show the theatre revived as a flexible space that can be used either in its original proscenium staging, or as an in-the-round or thrust configuration, with a flat floor so it can be used for other functions. UK's largest Building on the 'at risk register'.

On your visit you will  see how we are “Bringing the east side back to life”.

The tour will consist of a short safety briefing, introduction to our works, site tour of the Theatre & East Court work areas and then back to the Site Offices for some Q&A.

On the tour you will see the Theatre which has laid untouched and dormant for over 80 years  being brought back to life for the next generation of people to enjoy. Also on the tour you will get to see the Grand East Court being restored.

Along the tour you will get to see some of the interesting artefacts we have found during the enabling works.

Address Alexandra Palace
Alexandra Palace Way
London

N22 7AY
Directions

Car park spaces are free and offered on a first come, first served basis. Please note that car parks get very full quickly during events and as such we recommend using public transport to avoid disappointment.

SAT NAV POSTCODE: N22 7AYMajor roads have signposts ‘to Alexandra Palace’1 mile from the North Circular Road (A406)5 miles from the M1 (Junction 2)8 miles from the M25 (Junction 25)

The nearest underground stations are Wood Green on the Piccadilly line and Finsbury Park on the Victoria line.

The W3 bus runs from both of these tube stations and will take you to the Alexandra Palace Ice Rink stop or Palm Court entrance.

The W3 runs every 5-8 minutes Monday to Friday, 6-10 minutes on Saturday and 9-12 minutes on Sundays.

Please see the maps below for where to pick up the W3.

The W3 from Finsbury Park station, stop B towards Northumberland Park

Alexandra Palace has its own British Rail Station (Alexandra Palace Station). A regular train service runs direct from Moorgate (weekdays only) or from Kings Cross, changing at Finsbury Park.

Once at Alexandra Palace station you can take the W3 bus or walk (15-20 mins.) directly to the venue.

Site Entrance
Parking available yes

1,500 complimentary parking spaces are available on a first come, first served basis

The most convenient car parks to our site (in preference order) are:

Pavillion Car Park

East Car Park

Dive Car Park

Length of Visit 10 Minutes
Maximum Group Size 15
Register by 19 Mar 2017
Disabled Access no
Child Restrictions yes

11yr and over but must be accompanied by an adult

Simon Wilson

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