Buckingham Palace Admission State Rooms Entrance Ticket

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Adult£26.50Child£15.50

Highlights

  • Explore the 19 State Rooms of the Buckingham Palace, including the Throne Room.
  • Take a stroll through the Palace Gardens and admire their stunning views.

Buckingham Palace Admission

London is famous for being the residence of England’s monarchy. The Queen and her family’s permanent home, Buckingham Palace, is a major tourist destination as well. However, you can only secure a Buckingham Palace admission during a few days in the summertime.

It became the residence for British Monarchy during the ascension of Queen Victoria in 1837. Aside from its interiors, the Palace is an example of intricate English architecture.

Experience Royalty with Buckingham Palace Admission

At the start of the tour, enter the 19 plush and beautiful State Rooms. Each of these magnificent, ornate rooms have different attractions on offer. Known as the ‘heart’ of the Palace, ensure you take your time to explore the rooms. Find some truly stunning paintings by famed artists, like Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto and Poussin. Furthermore, Canova’s sculptures are also worthwhile attractions to look at during the Buckingham Palace admission.

Among the 19 State Rooms are the Ballroom, Throne Room and White Drawing Rooms. Experience the eye-catching decoration in every room. Each room serves a specific purpose. The royalty uses them during special occasions or ceremonies.

Buckingham Palace admission - Inside Buckingham Palace
Inside Buckingham Palace

Guiding you through history

An audio guide helps interpret the use of each of the 19 State Room. Furthermore, the guided tour allows you to appreciate each sight within the Palace. Tune in to learn how and why the formerly known Buckingham House turned into the Palace for the royalty.

Besides the State Rooms, Buckingham Palace visitors in 2019 can also enjoy the special exhibition, celebrating the 200th birth anniversary of Queen Victoria.

Buckingham Palace Admission - Outside the front of Buckingham Palace
Outside the front of Buckingham Palace

Stunning Garden and Greenery

After completing the tour of the regal rooms and interiors, you can proceed to the Palace Garden’s south side. Ideal for those looking to enjoy the well-tended trees and plants in the royal garden, it also offers brilliant views of the Palace. Due to the strict restriction of electronic device usage, photography is impossible inside the palace. However, you are free to click pictures on your phone during a stroll in the garden. This is the only area where authorities allow tourists to click pictures.

Book your Buckingham Palace admission online to receive the tickets via your mail. Ensure you carry a printout of the voucher along with valid photo identification on the day of visiting the monument. Show both at the gate for hassle-free entrance. Proceed to Gate C on the southern side of the Palace to gain entry.

Special pricing on tickets is valid for children aged between 5 and 16 years. Students aged over 17 years can also avail reduced ticket rates. Lastly, those over 60 years can purchase tickets at a discounted price as well.

However, once booked, ticket cancellation is impossible. The tickets are valid only for the date and slot you book, so ensure you do not miss your window of opportunity.

Many London tourists schedule their vacation in such a manner that makes it possible to enter Buckingham Palace. To ensure entrance, visit during the summertime when the landmark remains open to travellers.

Includes

  • Buckingham Palace State Rooms entry
  • Audioguide
  • Queen Victoria's Palace Exhibition

Excludes

  • Hotel transfers
  • Food and beverages

Additional

  • Opening Hours

    During Buckingham Palace Summer Opening (20 July – 29 September 2019): 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM (last admission 4:15 PM)
    All other times of the year: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM (last admission 4:15 PM)

  • How to get to Buckingham Palace

    By train: Travel to London Victoria station
    By underground: Victoria, Green Park, St. James’s Park and Hyde Park Corner are the closest tube stations.
    By bus: Bus numbers 11, 211, C1 and C10 stop on Buckingham Palace Road.
    By coach: Victoria Coach Station is a 10-minute walk from the Palace.

  • How long does it take to explore Buckingham Palace

    You can explore the Palace at your leisure using the complimentary audio guide, which lasts approximately 1 hour.

  • Getting your tickets

    You will receive your tickets via email shortly after booking. Please display a printed copy along with a valid photo ID.

  • Accessibility

    Manual wheelchairs are available to borrow free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis for the duration of a visit.

    Mobility scooters can be used in the Gallery, providing they are compatible with the lift which measures 145cm in depth by 82cm in width and has a weight limit of 1000kg.

  • Cancellation Policy

    Tickets cannot be amended, cancelled or rescheduled.