For a right royal London day out, this is perfect. With a magnificent interior and rich royal history, Buckingham Palace, which has served as the official London residence of Britain's monarchs since 1837, is one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. Receive admission to the palace and spend time wandering its regal chambers and State Rooms while browsing the Windsor's exceptional collection of fine art. Then it's just a short stroll to The Grosvenor for a well-deserved afternoon tea. Take a pew in one of London's most illustrious hotel's and tuck into a traditional spread which includes assorted finger sandwiches, handcrafted tea cakes, fruit scones with preserve and clotted cream and, of course, a selection of fine Tea Forte tea.
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Minimum age is 18 years. Both venues can accommodate wheelchair users (some areas in Buckingham Palace have limited wheelchair access).
Monday - Friday and Sundays from 22 July - 1 October 2017. Please note, Buckingham Palace has strict book by dates, see downloads section.
Tickets supplied by Hospitality Line. The entrance tickets are for Buckingham Palace, London SW1V 1AA. Afternoon tea is served at The Grosvenor Hotel, 101 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0SJ.
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