Buckingham Palace Tickets with Royal Walking Tour
- Visit the State Apartments of Buckingham Palace, open for only 2 months each year
- Enter the Palace without delay with your pre-booked entrance
- Enjoy a guided walking tour of the Mall and St. James’s Park
On this 2.5-hour program you'll also visit the beautiful St. James's Park, The Mall, built to resemble a giant red carpet leading up to the Palace, and pass by Clarence House, also a royal palace and home to Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
After a relaxing walking tour you’ll have the unique opportunity of visiting the interior of Buckingham Palace. The royal residence is open to visitors for a limited time each year and it seems that just about everyone would like to get inside!
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh open the doors of Buckingham Palace to visitors for just a 2-month period each year. Tickets are hard to come by but your entrance is pre-booked, which means access is guaranteed and there will be no waiting in lines.
Marvel at the lavish apartments, sparkling chandeliers and sumptuous furnishings. The rooms you’ll visit house some of the greatest treasures of the Royal Collection, such as exquisite pieces of Sèvres porcelain and some of the finest English and French furniture in the world.
With the official Palace audio guide you’ll learn all about palace residents, history, and traditions as well as stories about the furnishings and ornaments. Many of these items were gifts over the centuries from heads of state from around the globe.
- Expert local guide for the walking tour before you enter Buckingham Palace
- Entrance ticket for Buckingham Palace
- Audio guide for Buckingham Palace
- Headsets as appropriate so you can always hear your guide
- Hotel pick-up/drop off
- Wheelchair users
Prepare for the activity
The meeting point is by the Duke of York Column, Waterloo Place, 9 Carlton Terrace, London SW1Y 5AJ. This is the tall column with a statue on top. Arriving by Tube: Take the Tube to Piccadilly Circus and exit 3 onto Regent Street/St. James. Walk south down Regent Street towards St. James's Park (do not walk north toward Oxford Street). Waterloo Place is at the end of Regent Street. You will see the tall column with a statue on the top. You can also arrive via Charing Cross station. Walk down the Mall toward Buckingham Palace, and you will see the statue on your right at the top of some steps. Please note! The meeting point is not at Buckingham Palace.Open in Google Maps ⟶