A visit to London’s most famous address is a must for any royals fan. You’ll visit the ballroom where state banquets are held and walk in the footsteps of HMQ leading 007 through the palace in the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony film. Picture yourself as a guest at William and Kate’s wedding, when Prince Harry turned the throne room into a disco. Buy a ticket for a curated garden tour. It’s the biggest private garden in London and very beautiful, with a 400-year-old tree and 30 bird species. The Queen keeps queen bees and makes her own honey. Get your ticket stamped by palace staff to go back for free for a year.
Central London with its many famous attractions is just 30 minutes away by train from Norbiton or Kingston stations.
Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of the UK’s sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch. Although in use for the many official events and receptions held by The Queen, the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace are open to visitors every…
The New Guard leaves Hyde Park Barracks at 10:28 weekdays and 9:28 on Sundays to ride to Horse Guards Parade via Hyde Park Corner, Constitution Hill and The Mall on their way to the guard change ceremony. Although Changing The Queen's Lifeguard is not as well known as Changing the Guard at…
Say hi to the Queen, if the flag is up then she is there, if not she is out of town