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Surrounded by 196 acres of lavish parkland and offering stunning views of London's skyline, this Victorian-style palace offers multi-purpose halls and rooms for a variety of events such as banquets, dinners, concerts and exhibitions.
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Alexandra Palace Way | Wood Green, London N22, England
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It was built in 1873.
I was there for the RYA dinghy show.
I couldn't find the entrance- the distance around from one side to the other takes more than 10 minutes.
There is little or no signposting. i expected the entrance to be on...More
What a lovely day/evening it turned out to be. To start with I must thank all the staff from the car parking attendants to the Bar staff who all conducted themselves in the most friendly and professional way. All wore a smile and spoke with...More
I go here every year either by car or train to a craft show, well laid out, food allowed inside but a little expensive, staff are helpful and the views across London are amazing... with a park next door great day had by everyone.
We came here to see Chvrches and will definitely come to see more gigs here. Lots of free parking, multiple food and drinks stalls once inside the venue (sort of a festival vibe to it) and gorgeous venue. It’s a standing only venue which didn’t...More
We were in plenty of time to see all three bands, or so we thought, the doors opened at 18.30 and still we only got in to catch the last song buy the first band. When we eventually got in I haven't seen that amount...More
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... burnt within weeks, rebuilt, reused as a POW detention centre, and with its dining rooms and theatre coming and going eventually falling into waste. Ahh and the Grand Willis Organ too, redesigned after the same fire....More
Visiting the Alexandra Palace for the Jimmy Eat World / Frank Turner concert in the February of 2019 was my first ever event at the venue and I have to admit that I didn't expect it to be so great! The venue itself is beautiful...More
Finally got myself to a gig here. We took a bus from Central London, which was cheap, easy and dropped us at the entrance. The venue also had free shuttle buses going before and after to take people to train stations. It was all very...More
Had seen it from the train many times and driven fairly close, but finally made it up to the building. A very impressive view with that good old favourite of mine - 'free parking' :). We had a coffee from the pub on the site...More
We went to see the Parkway Drive show Saturday. It took around an hour of queuing to get into the venue. The queuing system was a shambles. We missed one of the bands on stage that evening due to waiting so long to get in,...More
When you pass security you come to a hall with loads of eateries(posh burger bars) can't really sit down.few seats not many.alot of bars my advice have something to eat before going to venue if you want sit down meal