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London has a rich history of buildings and we are lucky that there is so much is still around. I have been lucky to visit Buckingham Palace a few times. It’s a beautiful building, and if you have not visited yet, it somewhere where you should.
Buckingham Palace’s 19 states rooms, ballroom and gardens are open to visitors during August and September while the Queen makes her annual visit to Balmoral. The state rooms house some of the Royal family’s greatest treasures including paintings and the finest French and English furniture. You visit the Palace Ballroom and tour the Palace gardens with views of the west front of the Palace and the lake. There is an entry fee and tickets are limited so you should book ahead if possible. The nearest tube stations are Green Park, Victoria, Hyde Park Corner and St. James’s Park. The Changing of the Guard takes place at 11:30 daily from May until the end of July, and on alternate days for the rest of the year, weather permitting.
This years theme was ‘Entertaining At The Palace’ and recreating the state dinners and do you see the aprons. I brought one of those when I visited the Palace !
All visiting information can be found here