Buckingham Palace >Royal Mews
Open from 22nd of July till 2nd of October 2022
Entry Thursday to Monday only.
July to August: 09:30 – 19:30 (last entry 17:15)
Sept to October: 09:30 – 18:30 (last entry 16:15)
Open from 19th May till 2nd of October 2022
Entry Thursday to Monday only.
11:00 – 17:00 (last entry 16:00)
Buckingham Palace Ticket Office, Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1A 1AA, UK Nearest Underground Station: Victoria (9min walk), Green Park (9min), Hyde Park Corner (14min) Royal
Mews Ticket Office, Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0QH Nearest Underground Station: Victoria (8min walk), Green Park (15min), Hyde Park Corner (13min)
A printed copy of the voucher will be needed.
Your ticket is only valid for the date and time booked, you will not be allowed to use them for a different date or time.
Customers to arrive 15 minutes before their scheduled timeslot.
Buckingham Place Tickets only: Please exchange your voucher for tickets at the Buckingham Place Ticket Office where some queuing time should be expected.
Royal Mews and Buckingham Place Tickets: Please exchange your voucher for tickets at the Royal Mews Ticket Office where some queuing time should be expected. Your scheduled entry to Buckingham Place is one hour after your entry to Royal Mews.
For safety reasons, pushchairs are not permitted in the State Rooms. They must be checked in and reclaimed at the exit. Baby-carriers are available for loan.
A one-way system operates along the entire visitor route for safety reasons.
Use of mobile phones are permitted in the Palace Garden. Mobile phones must be switched off elsewhere on the visitor route.
Photography is not permitted inside Buckingham Palace.
Tickets cannot be amended or cancelled once booked.
Clients that require mobility access must book directly with Buckingham Palace.
Tickets purchased from Golden Tours cannot be converted into a 1-Year Pass.
Audio tours are included in the admission price and are available in the following languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Russian and Brazilian Portuguese.
Buckingham Palace, the grand and iconic London residence of His Majesty the King is an absolute must-see on any visit to London. A fully working royal palace, housing not only The King, 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.
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.
Extend your day with a visit to the Royal Mews
Visit His Majesty The King’s official London residence and see two fascinating parts of Buckingham Palace. First, take a walk around the Royal Mews before entering the State Rooms and exploring the exquisite and historical rooms containing precious pieces from The Royal Collection.
Begin with a look around the amazing Royal Mews, where you will see iconic vehicles are used for State visits, the State Opening of Parliament, official engagement and, of course, coronations and royal weddings. Get up-close to the Gold State Coach which has been used for every coronation since George IV. The newest addition to the fleet is the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, a beautiful vehicle made especially for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012. The vehicle combines classic style and craftsmanship with more modern technologies – an extraordinary example of modern tradition.