Chelsea House

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

96 Redcliffe Gardens, Earls Court, London, SW10 9HH, United Kingdom
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Value Score Poor Value

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Forum Posts

Seeing the Queen!!

by oohlaalaa

I have two American friends visiting sometime this year, both of whom would love to see the Queen and have asked if I know when/where she will be making public appearances!!

Can anyone help??

Thanks

Re: Seeing the Queen!!

by northeast80

Hello,
The website below will tell you where she is, but you can only search a month in advance.
http://www.royal.gov.uk/LatestNewsandDiary/Royaldiary/Locationsandtimes.aspx
The map shows you engagements around the UK for the next two weeks.
Good luck!
I saw her in Hull about 15 years ago when she was opening a charitable foundation.

Re: Seeing the Queen!!

by jo104

She was near our offices on wednesday visiting The Gerkhin, Aldgate tube station when One's Bentley broke down!! very amusing

Re: Seeing the Queen!!

by TheWanderingCamel

Use this website to check closer to the dates your friends will be in London, and just keep checking

http://www.royal.gov.uk/LatestNewsandDiary/Royaldiary/Introduction.aspx

Royal holiday season is August and September - the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace are open during this time as the Queen is not in residence - she usually in Scotland pretty well the whole time - this year's dates are July29-September 29

Set dates with lots of ceremony include

June 15-19 - Royal Ascot. The Queen stays at Windsor that week and makes the journey to the race course in an open carriage from the castle through Windsor Great Park.

Trooping of the colour - May 29 is another huge day

If you get your skates on and the dates fit you could try for tickets to the Garter Ceremony procession (fantastic sight - we did it one year)The next Garter Service will take place on Monday 14 June 2010. A limited number of tickets is available for members of the public to stand inside the precincts of Windsor Castle and watch the procession to St. George's Chapel. Apply by sending a letter (including a stamped self-addressed envelope) between 1 January and 1 March 2010 to: The Superintendent, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1NJ. A ballot is held and successful applicants are notified.

Re: Seeing the Queen!!

by leics

If you do manage to find a date and location which is convenient,. make sure you get to wherever it is very early indeed.

Despite everything, appearances by the Royals are still very popular indeed.

Travel Tips for London

Too little time

by ginte

I think, London is a city where it's always too little time to discover everything:) And it doesn't matter that I;ve been there many times, I still haven't seen everything. It still has left lots of places to see and lots of things to discover. For this reason London is really an interesting town where you always would like to come back and continue your personal discover about it.

Hey if you guys love a great...

by shiran_d

Hey if you guys love a great big party on the famous streets of London.
Visit end of August for a great and second largest street canival in the world.

THE NOTTINHILL GATE CARNIVAL. Just living and working in London, The Cosmopolitant feel all around,

There are more than 360 languages spoken by over 180 national from around the world.

If you want to have a flavour of each continent in one city please visit LONDON.

Starting from the Tower's...

by Hanna_S

Starting from the Tower's earliest days guarding men were needed to ward the prisoners and attend the gates. From the times of famous king Henry VIII, they are called Yeoman Warders. Today they are responsible for the security of the Tower and its visitors. Their duty is to control the gates and the Wharf and all areas open to the public except that the Jewel House and Armouries (there is separate staff for these places). They are also the best guides the visitor can imagine. Sometimes they are called 'Beefeaters'. They tell some interesting stories about that nickname, but if you don’t want to annoy them, better don’t call them that way.
Photo: Yeaoman in traditional outfit

London Toy and Model Museum

by Imbi

ADDRESS
21-23 Craven Hill, W2
Nearest Tube: Bayswater

This museum tells the story of toys through the ages right to the present day. There are antique toys that still work, models of those that don't, miniature cars, trains and aeroplanes and even a miniature funfair from the 1920s. And for the more sentimental, there are teddy bears galore.
It goes without saying that children will love this museum, especially the miniature train ride and the roundabout. But big kids are sure to love it too.
The Toy and Model Museum is open daily from 9am-5.30pm. Entry costs around £5.50 for adults. Occasionally the museum puts on temporary exhibitions.

Bonfire Night

by Manyana

Guy Fawkes was a key conspirator in the famous Gunpowder Plot that attempted to kill the protestant royal family 400 years ago. Since their failure of blowing up the Houses of Parliament in London on 5 November 1604, britons celebrate this every November.

you'll see lots of firework throughout the country, in the suburbs and big towns.

i remember my friend and i were driving on the motorway from London to Cardiff in Wales, and there was firework almost every 10 km:D it was exciting to see lights in the sky, but remembering the purpose of celebration is kinda not fun - ie celebrating Guy Fawkes' failure or perhaps his death, every year! what a payoff!

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