Buckingham Palace Tickets with Access to State Rooms and Royal Mews
Visit the Royal Mews, the home of London’s iconic royal carriages and one of the finest stables in the country, on this exciting tour! Explore the residence of the Queen of England as you walk through the stunning State Rooms of Buckingham Palace.
- See the Ascot Landau carriage, the vehicle that transported the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following the royal wedding earlier this year, that has been kept on public display at the Royal Mews.
- Get a chance to see many of the State Vehicles including old motor cars and horse-drawn carriages at the Mews.
- Visit the Buckingham Palace and explore the picture gallery, ballroom, and throne room.
Why Visit the Buckingham Palace
The Buckingham Palace is the seat of power in London and is the residence of the British monarchy. Built in 1703 and converted to the Royal house in 1837, the palace is at the center of state occasions and has been the congregation point at times of national events. The palace is currently open to the public; exhibitions and tours are organized at the venue which constantly attracts tourists from the world over.
The palace also houses the Queen’s Gallery, a public art gallery which exhibits around 450 works at one time which are sourced from the Royal Collection. Built on the site of a bombed chapel, the Gallery is an incredible place and features works from prominent artists world over. More than 300,000 visitors are mesmerized by the palace every year making it a top tourist spot in London.
This visit to the Buckingham Palace is a special one. Before you enter the palace, you will visit the Royal Mews. These old stables have shifted from accommodating horses to horsepower. Discover the famous vehicles owned by the state and see the Golden State Coach which has been used for every coronation since 1821. The focal point of your Royal Mews visit is the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, a stunning masterpiece of craftsmanship and old-school carriage charm.
After the Royals Mews, you’ll enter Buckingham Palace at the allotted time. The State rooms are opened to the public only at certain times through the year enabling the masses to get the behind-the-scenes look at the room. A total of 19 state rooms are present at the palace and a 47 metre-long picture gallery runs along the corridor among paintings from the Royal Collection. Walk through The State Rooms and gaze at priceless pieces of artworks from Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto and other prolific artists.
You will also get a chance to see the Royal Gift exhibition which is launched for 2017. The exhibition tells the story of the Queen’s 65-year reign and showcases the array of gifts she received from leaders all over the world.
- Admission tickets to The Buckingham Palace
- Access to the Palace State Rooms and Royal Mews
Know Before You Go
- If booking the 11:15 AM entry, you will enter the Royal Mews at 10:15 AM and Buckingham Palace at 11:15 AM.
- If booking the 1:15 AM entry, you will enter the Royal Mews at 12:15 AM and Buckingham Palace at 1:15 PM.
- If booking the 3:15 PM entry, you will enter the Royal Mews at 2:15 PM and Buckingham Palace at 3:15 PM.
Restrictions and Notices
- For safety reasons, pushchairs are not permitted in the State Rooms. They must be checked in and reclaimed at the exit. Baby-carriers are available for loan.
- A one-way system operates along the entire visitor route so be sure to check out the attractions thoroughly as you won’t be allowed to revisit them.
- Photography and filming are allowed for private use only and only in the Palace Gardens.
- This tour is not meant for individuals with impaired movement.
Strict Cancellation Policy
This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
You will receive an email confirmation along with a voucher instantly. Please display a printed version of your voucher along with some valid photo ID at the Buckingham Palace Ticket Office (Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1A 1AA, UK), where some queuing time should be expected.
The Ticket Office is located next to the Ticket Holders’ Entrance on Buckingham Palace Road. Latecomers will not be admitted.
How to Get There
Take a bus on routes 11, 211, C1, or C10 and disembark near Buckingham Palace. Alternatively, you can also take a train to Victoria station. The palace is a 15-minute walk from the station.
This tour is valid for the date and time selected during booking.