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George III: uncovering the myth behind the ‘madness’ at Kew Palace

Category: Health

At the former home of King George III, a new exhibition re-examines his experience with mental illness through the prism of contemporary dialogues on mental health. Here’s how the museum approached the exhibition and visitor experience.

Kew Palace, one of the six sites looked over by independent charity Historic Royal Palaces , is most famous as the former home of King George III, who reigned from 1760 - 1820.

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