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Day trip to see Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle

Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle Day Trip from London
Where? Victoria Coach Station, 164 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria When? 25th July to 21st September 2024 7.45 AM to 4.15 PM approx (Mon, Thu & Sat only) Price? From £127 Note: The cost includes entry to Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle Parking: Nearby car parks Buses: 11, 44, 170, 211, C1, C10 Bus fares Trains: The closest station is Victoria Circle District Victoria Train fares

Take the stress out of your day trip with a visit to two of England's grandest royal residences -- Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.

Your early morning pick-up in an air-conditioned coach will take you straight to the official London residence of the British Sovereign, Buckingham Palace, which is only open to the public for a couple of months each year.

You'll head inside for a 2-hour audio tour of the opulent State Rooms and see the ornately furnished rooms, priceless artefacts and paintings by the likes of Canaletto, Rembrandt and Van Dyck.

Depending on which day you book you might also be able to see part of the Changing the Guard ceremony outside.

After that you'll be driven to Windsor for a 3-hour walk around the world's oldest occupied castle, where you'll get to see inside the State Apartments and the beautiful St. George's Chapel where Prince Harry and Meghan were married, and many of England's most famous monarchs are buried - including Henry VIII and the late Queen Elizabeth II.

On the journey back to Buckingham Palace you'll stop at Harrods - the world's most luxurious department store.

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