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Buckingham Palace Tour with London Hotel Stay

Buckingham Palace Tour with London Hotel Stay

Buckingham Palace Tour with London Hotel Stay

The Palace doors are open, ready for your royal welcome! Explore the State Rooms, glide through the Garden and walk around the Royal Mews. Afterwards, rest one's head in a top London hotel.

Recognised around the world as the home of The Queen, seeing Buckingham Palace tops many people's London bucket lists. As a fully working royal residence you'd be forgiven for thinking the Palace doors were always shut to visitors but, the fantastic news is, this isn't the case! From July through to October, the world's most famous Palace welcomes guests to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the opulent interior up close.

Our Buckingham Palace package doesn't just come with tickets! They also include an overnight stay in a swish, nearby hotel with a delicious breakfast included, allowing you to stretch your day trip into a wonderful regal retreat.

Buckingham Palace Exterior Buckingham Palace Throne Room Buckingham Palace White Drawing Room Buckingham Palace Music Room Buckingham Palace Staircase

Why you should book with Holiday Extras

At Holiday Extras we're proud to offer exclusive package deals on top attractions and nearby hotels to help you save money and get the most out of your visit. Staying just moments away means you don't have to worry about travel and traffic eating into your holiday time, so you can concentrate on having fun and making memories.

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Step inside Buckingham Palace

  • Explore the 19 magnificent State Rooms. The State Rooms are public rooms where The Queen and members of the Royal Family receive and entertain guests on State, ceremonial and official visits. The rooms are every bit as impressive and exquisitely furnished as you would imagine, featuring fine antique furniture and treasures from the Royal Collection. Some of the State Rooms you can expect to see include: the Throne Room, White Drawing Room, The Ballroom and Music Room to name a few. You'll also be able to take a look at the Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Accession exhibit. A display looking at The Queen's Accession to the throne in February 1952, featuring iconic portraits and stunning jewellery.
  • Marvel at The Picture Gallery. The 47-metre room displays some of the greatest paintings in the Royal Collection and, what's more, they're regularly changing - The Queen lends many works of art to exhibitions around the globe. Currently on display are Italian, Dutch and Flemish work, mainly from the 17th century.
  • Wander the beautiful Garden. The 39-acre garden is home to 30 different species of bird and over 350 different wild flowers, it also features a central lake and structures including a wisteria-clad summer house, so there's plenty to see as you explore.
  • Visit the Royal Mews. The Royal Mews is responsible for all the road travel arrangements for the Royal Family. You'll be able to see behind the scenes at a real working stables, admire the iconic 260-year-old Gold State Coach and the spectacular Diamond Jubilee State Coach.