These tickets give special timed access to inside Buckingham Palace for a visit of the State Rooms. Visitors can see many of the rooms that are used by the King, as well as
The State Rooms from £30 per Person
14 July - 24 Sep 2023
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These tickets give special timed access to inside Buckingham Palace for a visit of the State Rooms. Visitors can see many of the rooms that are used by the King, as well as artwork and furnishings. The tickets are only available from July to September 2023 when the Royal Family is away on vacation. There’s a multi-lingual audio-guide on offer that explains in detail the history and magic of the palace. The gardens at Buckingham Palace are open to walk through at the end of your visit.
The State Rooms, Buckingham Palace
The Throne Room, Buckingham Palace
Visit the Throne Room, the scene of many historically important events
Marvel at the extraordinary furnishings in the Ballroom, the largest of the State Rooms and is where State Banquets take place
Admire the beautiful artwork on display, with works by some of the greatest painters of all time.
Take in the White Drawing Room, Music Room, Grand Staircase and many more extravagant rooms
End your visit with a walk through the south side of the garden, with fantastic views of the palace and the idyllic lake
A multimedia tour throughout your visit
A typical visit lasts between 2 – 2.5 hours
The State Rooms:
You’ll get to enter the State Rooms which the King uses for his official duties like hosting foreign Heads of State and holding banquets. Highlights of a visit include admiring the palatial rooms which are decorated with paintings by famous artists like Rembrandt and Rubens, along with some of the most beautiful French and English furniture in the world.
Combine a Visit
A carriage at the Royal Mews
Combine a visit to the State Rooms with a visit to the Royal Mews, another royal attraction located at Buckingham Palace. Visitors can see the carriages and vehicles used for royal events, including the carriage used for Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee in 2014, and the Gold State Coach which was used for Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee in 2002. You can also see some working royal horses, as well as the limousines used on a day-to-day basis by the Royal Family.
You can book a combined ticket on our checkout page. You will first visit the Royal Mews (for 60 minutes), followed by entry into the State Rooms.
Your Tickets Includes:
Entrance to the State Rooms with timed entry slots
Audio guide commentary
Optional to include a 1-hour visit to the Royal Mews in advance
These tickets are 100% non-refundable or amendable
Please print your ticket and take it to the ticket office at The Royal Mews (Buckingham Palace, London, SW1W 1QH) on day of visit where it will be exchanged for an entrance ticket
The audio guide is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian.