“This was such a great way to spend an afternoon. With such a rich history, Buckingham Palace was filled with interesting information and displays. We felt very privileged that we were able to enter Buckingha Palace as it is only open to th public for two months per year. ...Anne D., Australia – See more reviews
What To Expect
Visit the iconic and beautiful royal residence of Buckingham Palace. One of the only working royal palaces remaining in the world today, the Buckingham Palace serves as both the office and London home of Her Majesty The Queen, as well as the administrative headquarters of the Royal Household.
Furnished with some of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection such as paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto, sculpture by Canova, exquisite examples of Sevres porcelain and some of the finest English and French furniture, see the spactacular 19 State Rooms, forming the heart of the working palace forming the heart of the working palace.
Check out 2016's special exhibition celebrating the significant occasion of The Queen's 90th birthday! Buckingham Palace will display a selection of dresses, jewelry and accessories that chart notable points during Her Majesty's life.
Get a glimpse of The Queen's actual wedding dress and the dress she wore during her Coronation as well as items worn during The Queen's childhood and wardrobes created for royal tours and State Visits.
With The Queen's love of British couture and millinery, pieces by renowned designers like Sir Hardy Amies, Ian Thomas and Sir Norman Hartwell will be highlighted.
Deemed as the walled oasis in the middle of London, the Palace's garden is home to 30 different species of bird and more that 350 different wild flowers, some extremely rare. Tour ends with a walk along the south side of the garden, with splendid views of the west front of the Palace and the famous lake.
Timed entry to Buckingham Palace
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
A typical visit lasts between 2 to 2 hours and 30 minutes.
For safety reasons, pushchairs are not permitted in the State Rooms. They must be checked in and reclaimed at the exit. Baby-carriers are available for loan.
A one-way system operates along the entire visitor route for safety reasons.
Photography and filming (for private use only) and use of mobile phones are permitted in the Palace garden. Mobile phones must be switched off elsewhere on the visitor route.
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