Royal Collections

Buckingham Palace  - Open from late Jul - Sep
Buckingham Palace serves as both the office and London residence of Her Majesty the Queen. It is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today. Once the Queen departs for her summer holiday, Buckingham Palace opens its doors to visitors. Visitors can see the 19 magnificent State Rooms which provide the setting for ceremonial occasions and official entertaining. All rooms are furnished with many of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection. The Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace in 2020 will include a special exhibition.

Clarence House - Open in August
The official residence of HRH The Prince of Wales and one of the last remaining aristocratic townhouses in London, Clarence House is home to much of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s art collection and is unique amongst royal houses for having an atmosphere of a much loved family home. The house will re-open in 2020 after a period of refurbishment.

The Household Cavalry Museum - Open daily throughout the year
Located within Horse Guards in Whitehall, The Household Cavalry Museum is one of the city’s most historic buildings. Dating from 1750, it is still the headquarters of the Household Division (the Queen’s personal guard) and a living museum. The experience comes alive with compelling personal stories, first-hand accounts of the troopers’ rigorous and demanding training, interactive displays and stunning rare objects. With colourful sentry changes every day on the hour, the museum also showcases unique British pageantry at its best.

The Royal Mews Open from Feb - Nov
Home to the historic royal carriages and coaches, the most dazzling of all being the Gold State Coach, which has been used at every coronation since George IV in 1821. See the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, unveiled during the State Opening of Parliament in 2014. Built to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, it is only the second coach to be built for the Royal Household in over a century and has successfully combined traditional craftsmanship with modern technology.

Afternoon Tea at The Rubens Hotel
A ritual fit for Royalty!
There is no better place to enjoy a traditional afternoon tea than the Rubens Hotel overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace. The pastry kitchen at The Rubens is led by one of London’s most talented pastry chefs, producing the finest pastries and cakes. With a reputation as one of the best in London, The Rubens pays respect to the tradition of Afternoon Tea whilst incorporating fresh twists along the way.

Frogmore House – Open in Aug
Situated in the Windsor Great Park, this was the stylish setting for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding reception in May 2018. A favourite royal retreat for more than 300 years, Frogmore House can only be visited by groups. It became a royal residence in 1792 when George III bought it for his wife, Queen Charlotte. The interests and talents of several generations of the royal family influenced Frogmore's interior and Queen Charlotte's passion for botany is reflected in the decoration of the house. For almost 20 years, Frogmore was the home of Queen Victoria's mother and Queen Victoria often visited Frogmore during her long widowhood and worked on her papers there. Visitors can also see the Britannia Room which is furnished with a selection of items from the Royal Yacht Britannia. When the much-loved vessel was decommissioned in 1997, The Duke of Edinburgh arranged for the items to be moved to Frogmore.

2 Day Palace Explorer with Buckingham Palace & Clarence House


Itinerary
Day 1 Arrival at hotel

Day 2 Morning at Buckingham Palace
Afternoon at Clarence House and return home



3 Day Palace Explorer with Buckingham Palace, Clarence House & Frogmore House


Itinerary
Day 1 Arrival at hotel
Day 2 Morning at Buckingham Palace
Afternoon at Clarence House
Day 3 Frogmore House in Windsor Great Park
Then return home



3 Day Palace Explorer with Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace with Afternoon Tea & Clarence House


Itinerary
Day 1 Arrival at hotel
Day 2 Morning at Buckingham Palace
Afternoon at Clarence House
Day 3 Morning at Kensington Palace
Afternoon tea and return home

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Central London Accommodation

We have reserved a variety of hotels in the Central London area for this particular event. Please contact the sales team on 01732 879191 for more information, Request a Callback or complete one of our Quote Me forms, our team will then be in contact to discuss availability and which hotel best suits your customers.

Heathrow Accommodation

We have reserved a variety of hotels in the Heathrow area for this particular event. Please contact the sales team on 01732 879191 for more information, Request a Callback or complete one of our Quote Me forms, our team will then be in contact to discuss availability and which hotel best suits your customers.

2 Day Palace Explorer with Buckingham Palace & Clarence House

1 Night Bed & Breakfast
4 star Central London Hotel
2020 Twin from £94pp
Double for Sole Use Supplement from £44

Inclusions

• Full cooked breakfast
• Entrance to Buckingham Palace
• Entrance to Clarence House

3 Day Palace Explorer with Buckingham Palace, Clarence House & Frogmore House

2 Nights Bed & Breakfast
4 star Heathrow Hotel
2020 Twin from £139pp
No Double for Sole Use Supplement (max 2 incl driver)

Inclusions
• Full cooked breakfast
• Entrance to Buckingham Palace
• Entrance to Clarence House
• Entrance to Frogmore House

3 Day Palace Explorer with Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace with Afternoon Tea & Clarence House

2 Nights Bed & Breakfast
4 star Central London Hotel
2020 Twin from £219pp
Double for Sole Use Supplement from £62

Inclusions

• Full cooked breakfast
• Entrance to Buckingham Palace
• Entrance to Kensington Palace
• Afternoon Tea at Kensington Palace
• Entrance to Clarence House
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