Enter the state rooms of the British Royal Family on a tour of the 19 magnificent state rooms of Buckingham Palace.
Rating by Achim on 30. September 2018
Discover the White Salon, Throne Room, Ballroom and more
Step royally through the dramatic throne room and enjoy the masterpieces of Rembrandt, Titian and Rubens in the picture gallery
Enjoy a tea in the Garden Cafe and admire the royal landscaping on the lawns and flowerbeds.
Feel like royalty as you walk through the royal halls and explore 19 magnificent palace rooms before enjoying tea overlooking the lush gardens.
Follow the elegant bronze balustrade up the Grand Staircase and enter the extremely elegant White Drawing Room for a touch of palatial Feng Shui.
The White Drawing Room is perhaps the most stately of all state rooms and serves as a royal reception room for the queen and members of the royal family to gather before official occasions.
Step royally through the dramatic throne room and enjoy the masterpieces of Rembrandt, Titian and Rubens in the picture gallery. The beautiful decor and the sheer size of "The Ballroom" can even conjure up pictures of singing danceware!
Crown the tour in a classic British style: with hot tea and light refreshments in the Garden Café overlooking the quiet lawns and flower gardens.
Large bags, backpacks, pushchairs, and sharp objects must be checked in at the State Rooms exit.
Taking pictures is allowed in the Palace Gardens, but not inside the State Rooms.
• Entrance to the State Rooms of Buckingham Palace
• Multimedia guide in 9 languages
• Access to other parts of Buckingham Palace
• Guided tour
Buckingham Palace, Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster, SW1A 1AA, London.
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