Buckingham Palace

Located in the heart of London and surrounded by two royal parks, a trip to Buckingham Palace is a must for any visitor to London

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Buckingham Palace is the most iconic royal building in the country. It is the London residence of Her Majesty The Queen and is one of only a few working royal palaces left in the world. 

Entry to Buckingham Palace is not included in The London Pass® - book your slot now to visit this iconic attraction. 

  • Tickets are valid from 27 July 2020 to 04 October 2020. 
  • Book to ensure entry to 19 State Rooms, the Throne Room and a special exhibition for 2020. 
  • Discover the very heart of London, surrounded by the lavish St. James and Green Park.
  • Uncover the Palace's long and storied history through interactive tours, exhibits and expert guides.

Walk through 19 of the magnificent State Rooms and explore the Palace's remarkable Garden. The history of the original building dates back to the early 1700’s, but it became the official residence of the British monarch in 1837 after Queen Victoria came to the throne. The 19 State Rooms at the palace are regularly used by the Royal family to entertain guests on their State, ceremonial and official visits to the United Kingdom.

During July to October, the Queen makes her yearly visit to Scotland allowing the palace to open up these lavish rooms to the public. The State Rooms are a suite of lavishly decorated public rooms. Highlights also include the Grand Staircase, the majestic Throne Room and the official Ballroom. Every tour has limited availability so please book early to avoid disappointment. 


Pre-book your tickets to view and experience:

  • 19 State Rooms
  • The Throne Room
  • The magnificent Grand Staircase.
  • A special exhibition for 2020 on Royal Animals.
  • Pieces of fine art, including works by Canaletto, Rembrandt and Vermeer.
  • A multimedia tour (limited availability).

Know before you go

Tickets must be pre-booked early to avoid disappointment. Check the official website for any changes or amendments to the schedule. 

Did you know?

The reception of the 2011 Royal Wedding was hosted by Her Majesty The Queen at the Palace, and Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted by hundreds of thousands rejoicing fans and well-wishers as they posed for pictures on the famous East Front balcony.

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Visiting Buckingham Palace

Visiting Buckingham Palace

  • Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace, Westminster, London SW1A 1AA
  • Closest Underground Station St James' Park, Hyde Park Corner

Opening Times


Please note that the palace is only open for visits between 27 July 2020 to 4 October 2020.

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