London Sightseeing - Royal London and Buckingham Palace
28th July 2010
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Golden Tours - Enjoy your visit to Buckingham Palace with English Tea London

Guided Tours of London including Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard

Take time out to experience the beauty and grandeur of the Queen’s London home and surroundings.

  • Explore the centuries
  • Witness Royal history
  • Immerse yourself in London’s rich heritage
  • Visit Royal London

England’s capital city of London is rich with centuries-old traditions and architectural masterpieces evoking the culture and history of the city’s great past. Take time out in London to visit London’s great monuments and buildings like Westminster Abbey, the Royal Buckingham Palace with its daily,  traditional changing of the guards ceremony, the beautiful Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, The Tower of London and Tower Bridge are Royal London's most famous attractions.

Whether you take a city ride in a famous black cab or take the water route to explore the city through the cruise way, London and its Royal heritage will engage and enthral you in equal measures. Visit our website to make a booking to experience Royal London.
Visit Inside Buckingham Palace

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Household Cavalry Museum and Changing of the Guard*

Meet an official Household Guards trooper and have your burning questions answered! Try on their official uniform and be photographed as a trooper! Next we arrive at Buckingham Palace to witness the famous guard change ceremony.
London’s Buckingham Palace is not only the official residence of The Queen but it has also served the countless heads of states from around the world. Buckingham Palace has presided over official statements made during the Great Wars and has subsequently become the major tourist attraction of London. You can see the flag flying outside when Queen is in residence.

Buckingham Palace is the home of the traditional Changing of the Guard ceremony every – make sure you do not miss this event. The East front of Buckingham palace contains the famous balcony on which the Royal Family traditionally gather to greet the crowds outside. The palace became a victim of battle itself during the Second World War when its chapel was destroyed by a German bomb.

The garden at the rear of Buckingham Palace is the largest private garden in London. A visit to Buckingham Palace takes its visitors to the Grand Staircase, the Throne Room, the State Room and a picture gallery with a rich collection of world-renowned art work. Truly, Buckingham Palace is the witness of the Royal Family through the ages - a monument of Royal lifestyle, proof of stunning architecture and the finest collection of Royal art.
Book Your Royal London and Buckingham Palace Tickets With Golden Tours by visiting our website HERE.


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