Buckingham Palace State Rooms Tour with Royal Walking Tour
Your experience starts with a walking tour which begins near Buckingham Palace itself, where you will be met by your guide who will help you get acquainted with the Royal neighbourhood. Your guide will tell you interesting stories and give you background about the palace. You will also learn about the esoteric and somewhat quaint lives of the British royalty.
Make your way past St. James Palace, the official residence of the Queen, and follow this up with a lovely stroll through St James Park, which once held the Royal Zoo. You can then walk up the Mall, which resembles a red carpet leading up to the palace, and admire Clarence House, the current residence of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
After the walking tour, you can enjoy special timed entry to the Palace, and with your personal audio guide, explore the lavish rooms at your will. See the 19 State Rooms that are used by the members of the royal family themselves. Be dazzled by the 47 metre-long Picture Gallery and look at some of the most spectacular paintings in the Royal Collection
Though guides are not allowed to speak inside the palace, your guide will regale you with tales of the members of the Royal Family who have lived in the Palace at one point or the other so you have context for the historical audio commentary you will receive in a language of your choice allowing you to learn more about the venue. Gain valuable insights and information about the Buckingham Palace as you stroll the halls and discover the secrets of the palace.