Visit Buckingham Palace with tickets for the State Rooms available from 18 July to 27 September 2020. These rooms are only open for 8-weeks a year during the summer months, with a collection of art and furnishings in rooms designed by the architect John Nash. Highlights include the Throne Room, Music Room, Ballroom and Blue Drawing Room. The Royal Collection contains works by Rembrandt Rubens, Canaletto and sculptures by Canova. The gardens at Buckingham Palace are open to walk through at the end of your visit.
New in 2020
This year a visit to the State Rooms also includes entrance to a special exhibition on Royal Animals. It looks at the connection between the Royal Family and animals through works of art from the Royal Collection. Learn about the swans and corgis associated with the Royal Family, as well as exotic animals such as the giraffe presented to George IV as a gift from Egypt.
COVID-19 update: The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace will not open to the public this summer