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Buckingham Palace Tour Including Changing of the Guard Ceremony

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  • Guaranteed admission to Buckingham Palace, only open two months each year
  • Explore the palace’s State Rooms on an audio tour
  • Guide knows the best spots to watch the Changing of the Guard
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Buckingham Palace Tour Including Changing of the Guard Ceremony
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Buckingham Palace Tour including Changing of the Guard Ceremony with an English Guide departing at 10:30am
US$76,47
10:00am - English option
Buckingham Palace Tour including Changing of the Guard Ceremony with an English Guide departing at 10am
US$76,47
10:30am French option
Buckingham Palace Tour including Changing of the Guard Ceremony with a French guide departing at 10:30am
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Overview

The Queen’s official London home, Buckingham Palace ranks among England’s most famous landmarks—yet it’s only open to the public two months each year. With this tour, you’ll secure your audio-guided visit to the palace’s State Rooms during the often-sold-out summer opening. A guided stroll through St. James's Park and front-row views of the Changing of the Guard (your guide knows the best spots along the Mall to watch the ceremony) also included.

What to Expect
Meet your guide at a central London location before strolling through St. James’s Park—one of the capital’s eight Royal Parks—to get to Buckingham Palace.

You’ll experience the palace at its liveliest with the Changing of the Guard, a traditional ceremony that sees guards wearing red jackets and bearskin hats on the march, accompanied by a military band. Or, on days when the ceremony isn’t held, learn about Buckingham Palace’s history and intrigue on a walking tour.

Next, guaranteed admission means you’ll have the rare chance to enter Buckingham Palace, which is only open to the public two months each year (and which always sells out). Plug in your audio guide and see the palace’s sumptuous State Rooms—used today for royal events—up close. Your tour concludes at the palace gates.
Reviews (324)
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Queen for a day!

Wow the audio tour is really great. It's so much fun to be able to walk around in the Palace and know that the queen is there doing her thing. We went on her summer vacation away from the Palace so we were lucky to...More

1  Thank Cindy H
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wow! Just beautiful!

My party was fortunate to be able to view many rooms that are otherwise off limits while Queen Elizabeth was out on holiday. The palace is absolutely beautiful! There are many paintings on display that are also worth seeing. It was a bit confusing as...More

3  Thank Sandra C
Reviewed 1 week ago
The most interesting place for everybody

The most interesting place for everybody...If you want to combine the trip with rest, this is it. On the one hand, you will see London, on the other hand, you will see the world`s the most historical and the most beautiful place. I have been...More

1  Thank kimush1993
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
"The Queen"

This tour was fantastic. The guide was excellent. He gave a lot of history and very knowledgeable. Great tour.

1  Thank LT_travels2013
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Buckingham Palace tour

Booked the tickets through the official Buckingham Palace web site. Picked the day and time on the site and things couldn't have been smoother. You receive an email confirmation almost instantly which you take with to exchange for tickets at the Palace. The tour and...More

1  Thank johnbI715PW
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Mary M
5 October 2018|
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Response from Graciela S | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think it is wheelchair accessible. They make you leave strollers at the entrance and there are a lot of stairs. It is well worth the walk!!
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Mary M
5 October 2018|
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I am led to believe that buckingham palace does have wheel chair access via a slightly alternative route to the one up a set of stairs at after the main tourist entrance but I would check the tour guide website to confirm... More
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Lorelei V
16 August 2018|
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Response from Nikiryfo | Reviewed this property |
2-2.5 hours depending on how kind the queue is for the palace
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