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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the home of the Queen. One of London’s most popular attractions, it offers more than meets the eye.

TravelCurious Tip

If you buy a Royal Day Out ticket you will also be able to visit The Queen's Gallery and the Royal Mews. Prices are: Adult £35.60; Over 60/Student (with valid ID) £32.50; Under 17/Disabled £20.00; Under 5 Free; Family (2 adults, 3 under 17s) £91.20

An unusual history

Popularly known as ‘Buck House,’ this extraordinary building was built in 1702 as the Duke of Buckingham’s city residence - scandalously, the site was constructed over the site of an infamous brothel.

After some political shenanigans and a little regal manipulation, the building has been the official royal home from the time of Queen Victoria in the early 1800s.

Here’s another peculiar fact: the lovely Queen Elizabeth doesn’t actually own the palace – the state does. Fortunately for good Queen Liz, most British people have a soft spot for the monarchy and so it remains her home.

Watch for the flag

When visiting the palace, it’s worth standing before The Forecourt, which is the site of the Changing of the Guard – a popular tourist attraction in the summer. During the sometimes-sunny summer season, when the Queen is up in Scotland, it’s possible to visit some of the palace’s 660 rooms.

The flagpole will let you know whether the Queen is ‘at home’ or not. If you can see the flag, then you’ll know she’s inside doing whatever Queens do best – sipping tea, eating scones, and talking to other important dignitaries. If the flag isn’t flying, then Her Royal Highness and her entourage are off on important matters of state elsewhere.


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Changing of the Guard
A glimpse of royal tradition, and one of the city's most popular tourist attractions.
St James' Palace
The official home of the sovereign of the United Kingdom, built in Tudor red brick.
St James' Park
A green oasis in royal London that is host to numerous ceremonies - and has a lake complete with pelicans.
J.J. Fox Cigars
Established in 1787 J.J. Fox is the world's oldest cigar merchant. Its list of clientele includes Winston Churchill, Her Majesty Queen Victoria and numerous other celebrities from around the world.
Caxton Bar
The Caxton Bar in the St. Ermine's Hotel has been the stage for some of the most significant acts of espionage to take place in London over the last 100 years. Also frequented by Ian Fleming who wrote Bond books while drinking here.
Pall Mall
Home of several famous gentlemen’s clubs - though several are now gender-integrated, such as the Traveller’s Club, The Oxford & Cambridge Club, and the Atheneum.

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