Buckingham Palace Tour and Afternoon Tea
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Visit Buckingham Palace and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea.

Admission to Buckingham Palace with audio guide.
Afternoon Tea on The English Bus Tea Bus or Browns Victoria after your Palace entry
Morning Breakfast Tour Bus before your palace entry
Gratuities (optional)
Live Guide
Hotel Transfers
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Schedule:

Days of Operation : 22nd of July till 2nd of October 2022
Thursday to Sunday only.

Palace Entry + Afternoon Tea Bus
MEETING TIME : 10:30am
MEETING POINT : Outside Queens Gallery Entrance, Buckingham Palace, London SW1A 1AA.
After your visit to Buckingham Palace take the 10 minute walk to the departure point for the Afternoon Tea Bus
Check in : 3.00pm
Departure time: 3:15pm
Location: Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London SW1W 9SH
Duration: 90min.

Palace Entry + Afternoon Tea at Browns Victoria
MEETING TIME : 1:30pm
MEETING POINT : Outside Queens Gallery Entrance, Buckingham Palace, London SW1A 1AA.
After your visit to Buckingham Palace you must make your own way to Browns Victoria (2 Cardinal Walk, Greater, London SW1E 5JE)
Afternoon Tea served between: 3:00pm - 5:00pm at Browns Victoria. You are able to remain at your table after 5:00pm.

Please note:

As this tour is unescorted, you will need to make your own way to Browns Victoria or Bullied way for afternoon tea, after visiting Buckingham Palace.
Children under 5 are not allowed on this tour.
Some of the dishes on the menus may be subject to change
We cannot guarantee that all foods have not been in contact with nuts.
Alcohol will only be served to those aged 18 and over - a valid ID will be required.
There are no toilets on-board the afternoon tea bus.
The bus route is subject to change due to road closures and traffic conditions.
Tables will be shared with other guests.
Once Booked, tour cannot be cancelled
Clients that require mobility access must book by calling (+44) (0)303 123 7324.

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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace, the grand and iconic London residence of Her Majesty the Queen is an absolute must-see on any visit to London. A fully working royal palace, housing not only The Queen, but serving as the administrative headquarters of the Royal Household.

The 19 State Rooms are exquisitely furnished with fine examples of French and English antique furniture and display some of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection, including works by Rubens, Canaletto and Rembrandt, sculpture by Canova and porcelain by Sèvres.

The Garden
Often called the ‘walled oasis in the middle of London', the gardens of Buckingham Palace are a true sight to behold. Home to 30 different species of bird and over 350 different wild flowers, there is plenty to see and enjoy. Visitors finish their tour with a walk along the south side of the garden, taking in views of the famous lake and the west front of the palace.

Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Accession
Featuring the first official portraits of The Queen, taken by Dorothy Wilding, alongside items of Her Majesty’s personal jewellery worn for the portrait sittings. 

Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne on 6 February 1952. Just 20 days later, the first official photographic sitting with the new Queen was granted to the photographer Dorothy Wilding. In 1937 Wilding had become the first official female royal photographer when she was appointed to take the portraits at the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother). The series of photographs that Wilding took of The Queen in 1952 became known around the world, forming the basis of The Queen’s image on postage stamps from 1953 until 1971, as well as providing the official portrait of Her Majesty that was sent to every British embassy throughout the world. 

Visitors to the Buckingham Palace display will also see the magnificent Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara, which was a wedding gift to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck, later Queen Mary, on the occasion of her marriage to the future King George V in 1893. Queen Mary gave the tiara to her granddaughter, Princess Elizabeth, as a wedding present for her marriage to Prince Philip on 20 November 1947.

Afternoon Tea Bus

After your independent visit, you will be free to take your afternoon tea at 3pm in Waterloo. You will be greeted with a glass of Prosecco or soft drink at the beginning of your tour. The afternoon tea consists of a selection of finger sandwiches, scones served with clotted cream and preserves, small tea cakes and a choice of tea.

See the full afternoon tea menu here.

This tour is unescorted and after your visit to Buckingham Palace, you will need to make your own way to Waterloo for the afternoon tea.

Afternoon Tea at Browns Victoria

This tour is unescorted and after your visit to Buckingham Palace, you will need to make your own way to Browns Victoria for the afternoon tea.

See the Browns' afternoon tea menu here.

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