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Private Tour: London City Center Historical Walking Tour
"This private tour with an English speaking guide is perfect for a personal introduction to the Royal family history the origins of this massive world capital and it’s best kept secrets walking inside the very heart of LondonNot only will you get your bearings and cover the major landmarks you will also discover the entertaining stories of history's main players: Winston Churchill King Charles II Queen Elizabeth II and many more. Our guides will take you to the hidden spots and along the way they will provide you with insider knowledge and helpful advice so you can to make the most of your visit.The whole experience will be orchestrated t National Gallery Nelson’s Column
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Private Walking Tour: Highlights of London with a Blue Badge Guide
"Enjoy a leisurely walk with our Experienced Blue Badge English speaking guide through the beautiful and historic city of London. Starting at Big Ben you will learn all about this famous old clock and the Houses of Parliament that sit next to the River Th then up past the Prime Minister's home and the Horse Guards Parade where you may see the Queen's personal cavalry on duty. There is so much to see on this tour and after walking past several national war memorials and other state buildings you will find yourself in the bustling Trafalgar Square home of Nelsons Column with its picturesque fountains and national galleries which house some of the finest art in the world. Next up you'll visit Covent Garden and China Town. Then see Leicester Square and London's answer to Times Square
From GBP67.00
 
Private Tour: London Historical Walking Tour Including The British Museum
"Your tour is led by an English speaking guide for an intimate visit around the City center with the guard change at the Buckingham Palace and ending with the highlights inside The British Museum.After exploring the City center at the old neighbou covering centuries of art and civilisation at the most famous museum in the city of London and an world wide vault of treasures.Your expert guide will take you on the most fabulous history experience along a chronological path  from magnificent jewellery to astonishing sculptures. Th Nelson’s Column Whitehall Home of British Prime Minister The houses of Parliament
From EUR185.00

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When at Buckingham Palace

It is possible to see the Changing of the Guard, usually at 11.30, in the forecourt, if the Queen is in residence. The Guard my be mounted by any of five regiments - the Grenadiers; the Coldstreams;...
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Sep 08, 2002

Buckigham Palace

The house was originally buiilt in 1703 for the newly created Duke of Buckingham. In 1762 it was purchased by George III for his bride Charlotte. John Nash did much of the interior for George IV but...
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ChrsStrl
Sep 08, 2002

Buckingham Palace, the...

Buckingham Palace, the residence of the British queen. On the square in front of it, the famous 'changing of the guards, take place. This event is also intresting at the horseguards-kazerna and less...
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Pavlik_NL
Sep 08, 2002

Buckingham Palace, one of...

Buckingham Palace, one of several castles owned by the British Royal family, is one of the major tourist attractions in London, located in Westminster, at the end of the Mall.
albertus72
Sep 08, 2002

The Buckingham Palace has been...

The Buckingham Palace has been the official London residence of English royalty since 1837. The palace stands in around 40 acres of garden. Visit the Throne Room, Music Room, State Dining Room as well...
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AndreasK
Sep 07, 2002

St. James's Palace where new...

St. James's Palace where new monarchs are proclaimed. Today, serving as Prince Charles's office, this structure was originally built for Henry VIII. In 1649, Charles I walked from here to his...
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Pamela_Peace
Sep 02, 2002

Buckingham Palace - <br/>Queen...

Buckingham Palace - Queen Victoria was the first monarch to call this fabulous palace 'home' in 1837. Part of regal the residence is open, for a price. The Queen's Gallery contains the British Royal...
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Pamela_Peace
Sep 02, 2002

Buckingham Palace and Guard...

Buckingham Palace and Guard Change More photos in travelogue (text later, 2002-Apr-21)Buckingham Palace is Queen’s residence. If the flag is on, the Queen is at home. To raise funds for restoring...
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FreeCloud
Sep 02, 2002

Buckingham Palace

Here among some of the finest pictures and works of art in the world, visitors can see where The Queen and Members of the Royal Family receive and entertain their guests on State, ceremonial and...
Mahtub
Sep 02, 2002

I think all visitors to London...

I think all visitors to London should go and see Buckingham Palace(but dont bother going in), Houses of Parliament and Big Ben and The London Eye. Purely so you can say you've seen them!They are (to...
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savageangel
Aug 26, 2002

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the main home of Queen Elizabeth II and when she is in residence the Royal Standard flies above it. There are over 600 rooms in the palace, but the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh...
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ania70pl
Aug 26, 2002

This is not really an...

This is not really an activity..but a monument for Victoria!:)Even thought I'm not familiar with English history (even if my GP was a pilot for the RAF and ended up ambassador) ;), I heard that in her...
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Aug 26, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near Buckingham Palace

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Changing of the Guard

more pictures of the changing of the guard in Buckingham Palace The changing of the Guard in Buckingham Palace is the most visited part of a Buckingham palace tour and is way similar to the Changing...
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Royal Mews - Buckingham Palace

At the Royal Mews were more impressive carriages, ones I have seen the Queen and Prince Philip riding in. Some others in the collection are the Scottish State Coach, built in 1833, the Irish State...
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Guards Museum

It was a sunny afternoon and we walked through the park to reach the museum. It was closed the last time we went - it was a Sunday then too and it closes at 16:00. This time we had about an hour to...
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Spencer House

When Earl John Spencer bought the half acre plot of land in 1756 to build his lavish London house the architects made the garden to be joined and overlooking the Green Park. The garden it was...
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St James's Palace

This is the London residence of several minor members of the royal family and is found on The Mall close to Buckingham Palace. It was built between 1531 and 1536 in red-brick, the palace's...
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Transport for London

Since I'm from Germany I'm used to and love going by tram. I have to admit I really didn't no anything about it until last November. My lovely landlady (where I stayed at a very great B&amp;B) told...
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Getting to Buckingham Palace

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The Mall, London SW1A 1AA

Hours

  • Sunday 09:15 to 18:45
  • Monday 09:15 to 18:45
  • Tuesday 09:15 to 18:45
  • Wednesday 09:15 to 18:45
  • Thursday 09:15 to 18:45
  • Friday 09:15 to 18:45
  • Saturday 09:15 to 18:45

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