Take a trip to Buckingham Palace the resident of Queen Elizabeth, snap the overview shot of the English royal palace and explore the parks, while waiting for the changing the Guards ceremony. Next, visit Saatchi Gallery and Kensington Gardens.
Buckingham Palace; it is the official London residence and secretarial HQs of the Queen of England, it is situated in the City of Westminster and Buckingham Palace is regularly used as the place for state events and royal hospitality.
Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace includes the interesting display and British ceremony. The honour of guarding the Sovereign customarily belongs to the Guards since 1660. The duty is sometimes extended to other regiments of the British Army. The Guards usually comprise of five infantry regiments – the Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots, Irish and Welsh Guards – and two regiments of the Household Cavalry – the Life Guards and Blues and Royals. Most of the Guards will have seen action overseas. During the Changing the Guard ceremony, one regiment takes over from another. The new Guard marches to Buckingham Palace from Wellington Barracks to become The Queen’s Guard.