Buckingham Palace tickets and tours
Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the M...
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Get your Buckingham Palace skip-the-line tour with Changing of the Guard, enter the palace with pre-booked tickets and explore the State Rooms with an audioguide.
Purchase your tour to Buckingham Palace with musement and avoid long lines at the entrance. Enjoy traditional English tea at a nearby luxury hotel.
Book now your Buckingham Palace visit and royal walking tour to immerse yourself in London's royal heritage, history and traditions.
Enjoy the emblematic change of guard and the rare opportunity to visit the Buckingham Palace followed by the great experience of having an afternoon tea.
Book your royal London summer tour with Musement to go inside Buckingham Palace and tour Westminster Abbey before partaking in the tradition of afternoon tea.
Get your tickets to the Tower of London with Musement to see the Crown Jewels and go on a Yeoman Warder walking tour guided by an actual Yeoman!
Go up the London Eye and enjoy the best panoramic view of the city in climate-controlled capsules and information touch screens. Your ticket also includes admission to the London Eye 4D Cinema Experience, book now ith Musement!
Get your Best of the British Museum - Guided visit with Musement and get in depth explanations from an expert, english-speaking tour guide.
Book your Stonehenge, Oxford and Windsor Castle guided tour with Musement for a relaxing day trip from London to ancient sites and academic stomping grounds.
The inside story
Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch. The 19 State Rooms at the palace are regularly used by the Royal family to entertain guests on their State, ceremonial and official visits to the United Kingdom. These beautifully lavish rooms are open to the Public from the 25th of July to the 27th of September this year. Choose from a variety of tours and tickets to this must-see in London!
The Palace began as Buckingham House for the first Duke of Buckingham and Normanby in 1703. Later it was sold to George III and became a private retreat for Queen Charlotte. Decades later King George IV began extensive renovations which continued to grow in scope and cost. In 1837 it became the main royal residence for Queen Victoria.