Buckingham Palace visit 2019 starts from the end of July to September. This tour is a warm Royal Welcome to the public!
Is Buckingham Palace open to the public?
Yes, the Queen’s official residence open to the public from last week of July to September, every year. That’s why we recommend taking some time to join the Buckingham Palace tour for their summer opening. Furthermore, the Buckingham Palace tour brings up the opportunity to step back into time, discovering the legacies that this world-famous residence holds.
Buckingham Palace Tours 2019 – What to Expect?
At first, you will enter through the Majestic entrance hall. This hall is used by dignitaries who visit the palace by invite of The Queen. Furthermore, enter the magnificent State Rooms which prepared for the occasion. The State Room opens to the public eight weeks a year.
Especially, don’t forget to see the Palace Ballroom, which is transformed with glittering silver-gilt into a State Banquet from George IV’s Grand Service.
In brief, during your Buckingham Palace visit, you will experience that the palace decorated and furnished with esteemed works of art. One of the foremost art collections in the world today forming part of the Royal Collection.
Also, Make sure to see all the rooms used by the Royal Family for official occasions and ceremonials. Each of the 19 State Rooms lavishly decorated for these purposes. Get inside the magnificent Buckingham Palace and see how the Guards are protecting – Queen Elizabeth!
Finally, Following your Buckingham Palace visit, make your way to Victoria at The Grosvenor Hotel. Here you can enjoy a classic afternoon tea between 3 pm –4 pm. Enjoy an indulgence that consists of a fantastic assortment of traditional: open and closed finger sandwiches, handcrafted fruit preserves, handcrafted tea cakes. Also, enjoy the mini rich butter fruit scones, and Devonshire thickened the cream.
Moreover, you will End your Buckingham Palace visit with leisure and style and enjoy a traditional British afternoon tea. Choose from a collection of hand-selected “Tea Forte” teas.