Buckingham Palace Summer Opening

Sightseeing

Historic home

Buckingham Palace

Until Sun Sep 28

  • Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

    Princess Elizabeth with a Parisian doll, photographed by Marcus Adams

  • Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

    Rocking horse that Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret played with

  • Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

    The Duchess of York and Princess Elizabeth standing outside in front of Y Bwthyn Bach, a miniature cottage in the grounds of Royal Lodge, presented to Princess Elizabeth by the people of Wales on the occasion of her sixth birthday, 1933

  • Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

    A set of Knockemdown Ninepins belonging to Princess Elizabeth

  • Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

    The two-year-old Princess Elizabeth with her wicker pram in the grounds of her home in Piccadilly, London, 1928

  • Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

    Princess Margaret with a Parisian doll, photographed by Marcus Adams

  • Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

    A pink tea set in the shape of a rabbit belonging to Princess Elizabeth

  • The Royal Collection © 2009 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

  • © 2010 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    The Royal Collection

  • Royal Collection © 2011, Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    Grand Staircase

  • Royal Collection © 2011, Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    Throne Room

  • © Buckingham Palace

  • © Abigail Lelliott / Time Out

  • Buckingham Palace

    © Andrew Holt / Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2013

    Buckingham Palace

Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

Princess Elizabeth with a Parisian doll, photographed by Marcus Adams

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  • Name:

    Buckingham Palace

  • Address:

    Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace Rd
    London
    SW1A 1AA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7766 7300

  • Venue website:

    www.royalcollection.org.uk

  • Opening hours:

    2014 dates: July 26 -August 31 9.30am-7.30pm (last admission 5.15pm); September 1- September 28 9.30am-6.30pm (last admission 4.15pm)

  • Transport:

    Tube: Victoria/Green Park/Hyde Park Corner Rail: Victoria

  • Price:

    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under-17s, free under-fives, £74 family

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    Things to do. Attractions and museums. Sightseeing. Historic home

  • Occasions :

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Buckingham Palace Summer Opening 2014

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  • Date Time Price information
  • Fri Aug 22
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Sat Aug 23
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Sun Aug 24
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Mon Aug 25
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Tue Aug 26
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Wed Aug 27
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Thu Aug 28
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Fri Aug 29
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Sat Aug 30
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free
  • Sun Aug 31
    09:30
    £19.75, £18 concs, £11.25 under 17s, under-fives free

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Lynn Brown

I was blown away by the state rooms in Buckingham Palace. The audio tour is fantastic and explains in detail everything you are seeing. You can even listen to optional extras about all the paintings which I found fascinating. The special exhibition for the coronation is beautifully done and the film footage bought it to life, especially on the replica tvs from the time. The open air tea room at the end is wonderful, and although we had to queue there were plenty of seats when we got our food.

Jane green

It seems so odd to me that British citizens have to pay to look around a building that belongs to us,the British nation.