Buckingham Palace

Situated in the City of Westminster, Buckingham Palace is one of the highest-rated attractions in London. It is the administrative headquarters and London residence of the monarch of the United Kingdom. The Palace is the point of focus for the nation during moments of joy and sorrow.

Buckingham Palace was formerly known as Buckingham House, originally established in 1703 as a massive townhouse for the Duke of Buckingham. Later, King George III obtained the palace for Queen Charlotte, turning it into her private residence and renaming it The Queen’s House. Renovations changed how the old residence looked, adding three wings surrounding a central courtyard. In 1837, Queen Victoria ascended to the Throne and the Palace became her London dwelling.

Purchase Buckingham Palace tickets to explore this majestic royal residence spread over 39 acres. The 19 State Rooms, 92 Offices, 52 Regal and Guest Bedrooms, 188 Staff Bedrooms, 78 Bathrooms and many others put forth a fantastic total of 775 rooms. The beautiful State Rooms are available for public viewing during July and September when the Queen is away.  Admire the gorgeous architecture, magnificent artworks, and the historic Crown Jewels by taking a tour. See all of this and much, much more at Buckingham Palace.

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  • Learn about the famous attractions with the help of a multimedia guide available in several languages
  • Walk in the footsteps of some of the most influential people in the world, as you tour the numerous rooms of the Buckingham Palace.
  • Discover one of the greatest ancient wonders of the world, and enjoy an extended visit of the Stonehenge.
  • Experience The Royal Mews, one of the finest working stables on the planet. Whether it’s the Gold State Coach or the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, you’re sure to be dazzled by their alluring aesthetic.
  • Go by the stables and wave at the Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays, the two kinds of horses that draw the coaches at the Royal Mews.
  • Learn about the fine livery that is adorned by The Queen’s coachmen and picture yourself wearing one of the outfits.