A Royal Day Out at Buckingham Palace

Thursday 4th September 2014 5:16 pm posted in What's On, Lifestyle, Culture, Places to see, Families

Royal Collection Trust / (C) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014.

[typo_image src=”https://www.nellgwynnchelsea.london/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/rsz_100207.jpg” width=”100%” height=”auto” title=”” style=”resize”]Every Summer, Buckingham Palace, one of the last working Royal Palaces in the world, opens its doors for visitors to explore the stunning treasures held within. Your ‘Royal Day Out’ visit will allow you access to The Royal Mews, The Queen’s Gallery and also include viewing the 19 lavishly furnished and decorated State Rooms and the Throne Room. The impressive State Rooms contain the Queen’s private collection of paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto and Poussin along with many sculptures, beautiful Sèvres Porcelain and the most exquisite collection of fine English and French Furniture found together in the world.


Your ticket will also include a visit to this year’s special exhibition, ‘Royal Childhood’ showcasing many of the well-loved toys, outfits and gifts enjoyed by the little Prince and Princesses over the last 250 years. The exhibition also contains previously unseen pictures and treasured items still owned by current members of the Royal Family.


Buckingham Palace State Rooms are available to view until 28 September 2014 and combination discounted tickets are available from The Royal Collection Trust with proceeds going to Charity.


Buckingham Palace, SW1A 1AA. Tube: Victoria, Green Park, St James’s Park or Hyde Park Corner