O ''Great Hall'' (Grande Hall) e o ''West Hall'' (Hall Oeste) são usados como centro de exposições e [[centro de convenções|centro de conferências]] operado pelo braço comercial do ''charitable trust'', que é proprietária do edifício e do parque em nome do público. Também possui um ringue de patinagem no gelo.
O palácio é, desde [], um ''[[listed building]]'' classificado com o Grau II.
<!--Designed to be ‘The People’s Palace’ and later nicknamed ( allegedly by [[Gracie Fields]])<ref>[http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A0DE3DC153AF934A25752C1A960948260 nytimes.com]</ref> '''Ally Pally ''', in 1936 it became the headquarters of the world's first regular public 'high definition'<ref> The [[405-line television system]] used by the Marconi-EMI system was considered 'high-definition' at the time, when compared with the 240-line Baird system.</ref> [[television]] service, operated by the [[BBC]]. The [[Alexandra Palace television station]] was located on the site and its iconic [[radio masts and towers|radio tower]] is still in use. The original Studios A and B still survive in the south-east wing with their producers' galleries and are currently used for exhibiting original historical television equipment. Occasional demonstrations on the original 405-line VHF standard may also be transmitted from the tower in future. The original Victorian theatre with its stage machinery also survives. The theatre and stage structure is on [[English Heritage]]'s ''Buildings at Risk'' register. There is currently an application to upgrade the listing by Hornsey Historical Society,<ref>[http://www.hornseyhistorical.org.uk ]Hornsey Historical Society</ref> which originally got the Palace Grade II listed (against the opposition of trustee [[Haringey]] council), and the [[BBC]].
Also, a planned commercial development of the building into a mixed leisure complex including hotel, replacement ice rink, cinema, bowling alley and exhibition centre has encountered opposition from public groups and was blocked in the High Court in October 2007.-->