Buckingham Palace

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Overview

Buckingham palace is the dwelling place of the ruler of the United Kingdom and situated in the City of Westminster. This palace plays an important role in tourist attractions all over the world. This palace is also called Buckingham House. The garden of this palace is believed to be the largest garden in the entire London. It is the heartbeat of London.

 

We can say that this place is no less than like a town. Tourists from all over the world visit this palace for its good reception and state ceremonies. The garden of this palace covers a distance of about 39 acres.  

 

Why it is famous?

 

This palace is situated in the main center of London and encircled by Green Park. In 1837, it became London’s dwelling place of one of Britain’s most popular ruler, Queen Victoria. The ground area of this palace covers a distance of 39 acres. The garden of this palace is one of the largest gardens in all over London.

 

This palace is famous for its good reception and many state ceremonies. This palace has a large accommodating space for the visitors. All facilities are available in this palace. This palace is no more than like a town.

 

Timings

  • Sunday : 09:30 am to 07:30 pm
  • Sunday : 09:30 am to 07:30 pm
  • Sunday : 09:30 am to 07:30 pm
  • Sunday : 09:30 am to 07:30 pm
  • Sunday : 09:30 am to 07:30 pm
  • Sunday : 09:30 am to 07:30 pm
  • Sunday : 09:30 am to 07:30 pm

Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.

 

How to Reach

  • By Train : The nearest station to Buckingham Palace is London Victoria, it is the terminus where services are provided to and from South London as well as for the trains to the Gatwick Airport. It just takes ten minutes to reach from London Victoria.
  • By Bus : We can reach Buckingham palace by bus in just six minutes. At every five minutes services are provided.
  • By walk : It just takes ten or fifteen minutes.

 

Ticket Pricing

  • Adults: : The State Rooms -£26.50, Royal Day Out-£49.00.
  • Students : : The State Rooms -£24.00, Royal Day Out-£42.00.
  • Adults-age Over 60 years: : The State Rooms -£24.00, Royal Day Out-£44.50.
  • Under 17 / Disabled: : The State Rooms -£14.50, Royal Day Out-£26.50.
  • Under 5: : The State Rooms -Free, Royal Day Out- Free
  • Family (2 adults and 3 under 17's): : The State Rooms -£67.50, Royal Day Out-£124.50.

Tourist attractions-: 

 

Royal Mews Tour

 

This tour is one of the best attractions for tourists. After doing this tour, we will feel like we have come back to the ruling period of Queen Victoria. In this tour, horse-driven carriages are arranged or we can say vehicles are arranged for the ruler and other members of the royal family.

 

The State Rooms

 

The Buckingham palace consists of seven hundred and seventy-five rooms. There are extra nineteen staterooms and seventy-eight bathrooms. These are a set of public rooms that are decorated luxuriously and this is the place where the king receives their VIP guests and subjects. In these rooms, there are well cleaned and splendid looking carpets and furniture with a fine work of art.

 

Fine art

 

On the tour of this palace, we will find that there are many paintings and carved pictures of the monarch. In addition to these paintings consists of some beautiful portraits of the past and present rulers.

 

The Gardens

 

The gardens of this palace are extended over an area of 39 acres and consists of more than three hundred types of flowers, almost two hundred trees, and a three-acre lake. This is the best spot for annual parties. Besides these, there are tennis courts, a rose garden, and a waterloo vase.

 

 

Address

Buckingham Palace, London, UK

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Joshua Lacerda
Joshua Lacerda
08/20/2020 01:34
The surroundings of the Palace are beautiful and really well preserved. You have St. James Park and Hyde Park at walking distance. And my friend was skeptical, but I'm pretty sure I saw the queen leaving the Palace with her green clothes and no hat, just the way the picture showed her visiting Kate and Charles new garden. What was amazing, was that she only had two cars and 2 bikes for security. Which only proved to me how much she is respected and how London can be really safe. Hopefully I'll go back to visit the inside part of the Palace.
Zoltan Farkas
Zoltan Farkas
08/26/2020 23:09
Perfect place to chill and think about the past. Lovely piece of the world history. Near by the Hyde park and the Canadian memorial.
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Best Google Maps Reviewer
08/29/2020 13:59
I have visited the palace multiple times for many different reasons: first I wanted to chill with the queen, then me and the queen will prank the guards onto thinking that there is a terrorist in the building but instead there is nobody, and finally I would enjoy delicious sandwiches and tea. If you wanna hang out with the coolest queen of England then go ahead and enter the palace!
Brett Hayton
Brett Hayton
08/16/2020 06:55
Finding Freedom: Quote "I did my best. I could not have done more. But the truth is, she did too much. The best insight in “Finding Freedom” is from a former senior courtier, who compares Meghan with the silent — and therefore now adored — Catherine. Meghan “talks about life and how we should live,” the courtier told the authors. “That’s the way in America. In Britain, people look at that and go, ‘Who do you think you are?’” "
Mo Afifi
Mo Afifi
08/31/2020 20:13
Amazing monument, sadly the queen wasn't there 😁

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FAQs

In this palace, there are a total of seven hundred and seventy-five rooms. All the rooms are designed splendidly.
No, we cannot eat inside the palace. Eating and drinking are strictly prohibited inside the palace.
The palace is opened for tourists between July and October. Only then we can enter the palace.
No, we cannot take photos inside the palace. In the summer months, it is opened for tourists all over the world. Instead of taking photographs, a kind of audio tour is provided to the tourists to make their experience more enjoyable and memorable.
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