The Alexandra Palace is a 19th century grand Victorian building, from where the BBC started its broadcast regular television

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Alexandra Palace, London

The Alexandra Palace is a 19th century grand Victorian building, from where the BBC started its broadcast regular television.

The Alexandra Palace is a 19th century grand Victorian building, from where the BBC started its broadcast regular television. It now serves as an exhibition and event venue, and is popular for the surrounding Alexandra Park, deer enclosure, boating lake and ice-rink, and Sunday farmers' market. It also offers panoramic views over London.


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About Alexandra Palace

 Alexandra Palace Way, London, United Kingdom

 +44 20 8365 21

 www.alexandrapalace.com

Alexandra Palace and Nearby Sights on Map

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