Buckingham Palace Tour

London SW1A 1AA (0)
from/per person £60.00
  • City sightseeing
  • Audio guide
  • Groups allowed
  • Led Tour
  • Transportation


Know more about the British Royal on this audio guided independent tour to the State Rooms and have your lunch in the garden at Buckingham Palace. Please book early to avoid disappointment because Buckingham Palace is open to the public in August and September each year and tickets sell out speedily.

Buckingham Palace


Royal Guards

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Downing Street

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Southbank Centre

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  • Discover Buckingham Palace’s 19 staterooms during August and September while the Queen makes her annual visit to Balmoral.
  • View royal galleries, painting and sculptures.
  • Explore the extravagantly furnished rooms with some of the ultimate treasures from the Royal Collection.
  • It is an audio guided independent tour for approximately 3hours.
  • Also visit the City of Westminster to sightsee Downing Street, House of Parliament, Big Ben, Parliament Square, Westminster City Hall and Westminster Cathedral.
  • And explore the Southbank Centre.
  • Transportation is included.


£60 plus transportation.

Entrance fees are included.



  • Leave meeting point at 8 am.
  • Arrive at Buckingham Palace between 9:30 am – 10 am.
  • View the exterior of the Palace, take pictures at the gate and watch The Guards.
  • Few minutes before 11 am, head inside with your ticket to explore the States Rooms, Royal Galleries, Painting and Sculptures.
  • Relax, enjoy and have your lunch at the Queen’s garden, where the Queen's garden parties are held from 11 am to 2 pm.

From 2pm-6pm;

  • Visit Downing Street, House of Parliament, Big Ben, Parliament Square, Westminster City Hall and Westminster Cathedral.
  • Cross the Westminster Bridge over River Thames on Bridge Road to the Southeast of London where St. Thomas Hospital is on the right and London Eye on your left. Explore the Southbank Centre and take a train from Waterloo East to Erith / Barnhurst
  • Depart London at 6:30 pm
  • Return to Erith at 8 pm.


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