Britain’s most-visited tourist attraction, Buckingham Palace, is open to the public again from July 14th to September 24th.
The home of King Charles 111 and Queen Camilla is the focus of national and royal celebrations, as well as the backdrop to the regular Changing the Guard ceremony.
Now the public can explore the 19 magnificent State Rooms for 10 weeks and on selected dates for Exclusive Guided Tours during winter and spring.
The famous gold Coronation coach will also be on show and visitors can also see a lavish exhibition of former Kings –
Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, has 1,000 years of royal history, which can be seen by visitors, who can take a self-guided tour of the Castle including its magnificent State Apartments.
Open throughout the year, the Palace of Holyrood House stands at the end of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.
Visitors can explore the Palace’s close associations with some of Scotland’s most well-known historic figures such as Mary, Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie, and learn how today it is used by The King when carrying out official engagements in Scotland.
A visit to the Palace includes the opportunity to explore the unique Palace gardens, which are set against the spectacular backdrop of Arthur’s Seat.