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Royal Palaces of London

Exploring the Royal Palaces of London
The Royal Palaces Of London

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Royal Palaces of London

The royal palaces of London are the beautiful places which are rich in the arts and architecture. These are very intriguing places and people from different parts of the world visit London for enjoying the beauty of these elegant buildings that are the regarded as the charms of the city. Here are the royal palaces of London which one should not miss during the visit to the city.

Buckingham Palace

It was the house which was built by Duke of Buckingham and today it is the popular residence of the Queen Elizabeth II. It is the place which has witnessed royal engagements like Jubilees, coronations, and weddings. There is the balcony in front of the palace where many members of the royal family have made public appearances over the whole last century. The Queen’s Mews and Gallery are open to the public the whole year. Staterooms are open for visitors when Queen Elizabeth is on holiday during summer.  

Palace of Westminster

This palace is much popular called the Houses of Parliament and it was built in the year 1097. It was in the year 1547 that King Edward VI made this the parliament building. The original palace was destroyed in the fire in 1834 but it underwent reconstruction by the architect Charles Barry. There is Westminster hall which has survived the fire and is maintained to date so that visitors can enjoy the ambiance of this place.

Whitehall Palace

The Whitehall palace is the one which is regarded as grandest and most beautiful among London palaces. It has more than 1000 rooms which stretch from St James’s Park to River Thames. This huge palace got destroyed in the fire that happened in 1698. The banquet house of the palace is the only part which had survived the fire and is open to the public.

Lambeth Palace

Lambeth Palace was given to the Archbishop of Canterbury in the year 1200 and till date serves as the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It also has a huge collection of records of Church of England.


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FAQ's of London

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Which royal palaces should I visit in London?

Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, and St James’ Palace are worth a visit.

How do I get tickets for royal palaces in London?

Tickets for royal palaces can be booked online or availed at the counter.

Are there any discounts available on tickets for royal palaces?

Yes, families, children, army personnel, and differently-abled people can avail discounts.