People have certain expectations of the historic sights of London; for example, if you visit Kensington Palace, you don't expect an art installation with infantilised history aimed at the Harry Potter generation - which is exactly what the Enchanted Palace offers. We went this weekend, and as two adults, didn't expect to be offered a pencil to write down the names of the seven Dancing Princesses in the Palace - we thought it was just a bit of the exhibition for kids, but no - it was the whole thing!
If the people on the ticket desk had told us that the exhibition was not the traditional presentation, we would never have wasted £13 each. I have no objection to what was portrayed, but whoever is running the Historic Royal Palaces needs to tell their staff to explain to visitors what is on offer at Kensington, to give them the option of not going in. We were in and out in half an hour; a complete waste of time and money.