Picturesque Photos Of Alexandra Palace

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 24 months ago
Picturesque Photos Of Alexandra Palace
Panorama of the Palace. Photo: Lee

Muswell Hill's Alexandra Palace opened in 1873 but was destroyed by a fire and had to be rebuilt in 1875. It was intended as an entertainment venue and to this day houses an ice rink, boating lake, skate park and more. There are currently plans to restore the Victorian theatre.

From 1936-1981, the BBC transmitted programmes from here using the radio mast which can still be seen today.

The boating lake on a quiet day. Photo: Mike T
Looking towards Canary Wharf from Alexandra Palace. Photo: Getzi Klein
The Alexandra Palace rose garden. Photo: Matt Brown
The fountain in the rose garden. Photo: vgallova
Looking towards the transmitter aerial. Photo: sosij
The funfair at Alexandra Palace. Photo: Stephen Iliffe
The front of the Palace. Photo: Lee
Users of the skate park in the grounds. Photo: Peep O'Daze
View from the palace roof at sunrise. Photo: Me. Two
Another sunrise shot. Photo: Me. Two
The Rapha Super Cross racing through the grounds in 2013. Photo: Matt S
Photo: CrowMDF
You wait ages for a bus... Photo: Lee
Inside the Palm Court, a Victorian conservatory which functions as a grand entrance. Photo: Paul Howard
The 2015 firework display, with Alexandra Palace in the background. Photo: Jet Nepomuceno
Wood carvings in the grounds. Photo: Matt Brown

Last Updated 16 August 2016