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Buckingham Palce

Buckingham Palace

Built in 1705, Buckingham Palace became the London home of the sovereign in 1837, with Queen Victoria. You can tell if Her Majesty is at home because the royal standard replaces the Union Flag when she is in residence. The State Rooms of Buckingham Palace are open to the public during August and September and Changing of the Guards takes place daily. The Royal Mews, home to the collection of royal state carriages, can be accessed through an entrance to the left of the palace.


Open everyday from 31st August - 27th Sept 2005

Address: London, SW1A 1AA

Phone: +44 (0)20 7930 4832 & +44 (0)891 505 452

Location Map: Click Here

Nearest Tube: Green Park / St James's Park

Entrance Fees:
Adult: £14.00
Child: £8.00
Concessions: £12.50

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Other Resources:
www.royal.gov.uk




More historic buildings in London:

|Big Ben | Buckingham Palce | Eltham Palace | Greenwich Observatory | Kensington Palace | Southwark Cathedral | Spencer House | St Martin in the Fields | St Pauls Cathedral | The Monument | Tower Bridge | Tower of London | Westminster Abbey


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