Our Buckingham Palace & Royal London Tour visits the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace with special timed entrance tickets. We’ll see where Princess Diana and Prince Charles got married at St Paul’s Cathedral,
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See the State Rooms & Queen Victoria Exhibit
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Our Buckingham Palace & Royal London Tour visits the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace with special timed entrance tickets. We’ll see where Princess Diana and Prince Charles got married at St Paul’s Cathedral, watch the colourful Changing of the Guard Ceremony outside Buckingham Palace and enjoy a fast-paced panoramic bus tour of Royal London. Feel like a king and queen on our Buckingham Palace & Royal London Tour, available every day from 18 July to 27 September 2020!
Update: This tour will not be operating in 2020
The gates of Buckingham Palace
Panoramic Bus Tour
We’ll begin the day with a panoramic bus tour of Central London. Our entertaining tour guide will reveal secrets of Royal life in the Capital, as you pass lots of iconic landmarks along the way!
St Paul’s Cathedral
St Paul’s Cathedral!
We’ll stop at St Paul’s Cathedral, one of London’s architectural masterpieces. You’ll get to go inside one of the worlds most impressive Cathedrals, and admire the incredible dome which is the second largest in the world. Enjoy spectacular views from the Golden Gallery, located 28 steps from the Cathedral floor. From here you can see the River Thames, Tate Modern, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. St Paul’s Cathedral has also played an essential part in Royal History, and this was the place where Princess Diana married Princess Charles.
Changing of the Guard Ceremony
Changing of the Guard, Buckingham Palace
We’ll watch the magical Changing of the Guard Ceremony that takes place in front of the gates of Buckingham Palace. You’ll instantly recognize the royal guards, with their red coats and fuzzy bearskin hats and will be totally charmed by the pomp and circumstance of the ceremony! There’s nothing quite like it!
Buckingham Palace State Rooms
We’ll go inside Buckingham Palace to visit the State Rooms, which are only open to the public during the summer months. You’ll get to see the rooms that are used by The Queen and Royal Family on a day-to-day basis when they are in residence. This includes the Throne Room, State Rooms, and Picture Gallery containing some of the most exquisite artwork in the world. Our tour includes a multimedia guide that explains the rich history of each room, and the tour ends in the beautiful palace gardens.
The tour begins at 7:30 am from 4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9SH
It includes transportation and a tour guide
It includes entry to St Paul’s Cathedral, timed entrance to Buckingham Palace and a panoramic bus tour.
You will enter Buckingham Palace at noon, after the Changing of the Guard Ceremony. This part of the trip is unguided, and you can spend as much time as you wish inside the Palace. A typical visit lasts 2 hours.
On Sundays, there will be no guiding inside the Cathedral due to church services
If the Changing of the Guard Ceremony is not available, we will visit nearby Horseguards Parade, a parade ground used for Royal events.