The Buckingham Palace is known to be the office and residence of Her Majesty ‘’The Queen’’, and also the Royal Household’s administrative headquarters. It is known to be among the few royal working places throughout the world.
From the centre of the distinct working palace there are 19 State Rooms that are lavishly furnished by some of the well known treasures from within the Royal Collection:
This Palace is known as Britain’s constitutional monarchy’s centrepiece and a working building. It holds the offices of the people who perform the daily duties and activities of The Duke Edinburgh, The Queen and their family.
Admission price to this palace includes the audio tours which are available in various languages: French, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, German, Italian, Chinese, and English.
The garden of the palace is foretold as the ‘walled oasis within London’ and is the home to 30 types of species of birds and 360 various kinds of wild flowers, some being extremely rare. The visitors can take a walk on the south facing side of this garden, with magnificent views of the Palace from the west and the famous lake.
The Special Exhibition
This phenomenal exhibition at the Palace shows various ways of how the diamonds were used by the British monarchs for the past 200 years. The Queen’s personal jewellery is on display in this exhibition – those acquired during Her Majesty’s reign or by her. The exhibition reveals the number of these magnificent stones that had undergone various transformations, being incorporated to new settings or ben re-cut during their history.
Other things to take a note off
Pushchairs do not have the permit to be within the State Rooms due to safety reasons. Pushchairs should be properly checked in and at the exit they must be reclaimed. There is availability of Baby carriers on loan. Usage of mobile phones and cameras for filming and photography is allowed within the Palace garden. Elsewhere, the mobile phones should be switched off. Remember to take the Golden Tours voucher with you to the ticketing office at the Palace on the day you go to visit because there it would be exchanged with an entry ticket. Once booked, the tickets neither can be cancelled nor amended.
Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1A 1AA
Nearby Train Station:- Victoria
Nearby Underground:- Hyde Park Corner, Victoria, Green Park
Bus Routes:- 211, 11, C2, C10