Located in London's Buckingham Palace, Queen's Gallery is a place where you can view fine art from the Royal Collection ... More
Queen's Gallery Buckingham Palace
Located in London's Buckingham Palace, Queen's Gallery is a place where you can view fine art from the Royal Collection itself. The gallery exhibits pieces from renowned artists, such as Rubens and Vermeer, that have belonged to monarchs for centuries. Also, artifacts such as jewelry, furniture, and sculptures are on display. Those with a London Pass can be admitted for free.
I always like to look at the Guards and watch them patrol. Generally, it is expected that the best of the best would be guarding the royal palace. I went to the Changing of the Guard. While the changing ceremony was great, the crowd is a problem. If you are short of have kids, you need to get to the front so you can see anything. There were way to many people that pushed to the front and blocked everyone else. Then they would put the children on their shoulders, even if they were in the front.
Be there, and be there early.
this was the best place on earth! i love london. i want to live there. WAHOO. the experience was overwelming. the architecture was beautiful and it gave you a real perspective on londons past with out actually being there
Oh my gosh Buckingham Palace was the highlight of my trip. I would recommend everyone to go its amazing! You get to see the changing of the guard, but if you wanna see that i would get there early because it gets busy right quick!
i loved seeing the changing of the guards. its a cheap way to see what attractions london has.. i didnt go inside because it was in june. i wish theyd open it during the whole summer! I would definitely go back
well on the hole it was a excellent day if we had not of taken the children! the castle was full of expensive furniture and paintings it was all so valuble. the atmosphere was so dull though it seemed not lived in
You can't go to London and not see Buckingham Palace. However, it's not that attractive and you can't go inside. You just sit outside a gate and stare at a boring building. There are some interesting things sometimes, like the changing of the guard and parades. The nearby parks are worth stopping for a minute to say you saw the Palace...at least it's free to look.
It was really neat so see the changing of the guards. One thing I didn't know though was that you can't actually walk up to them and test their steadfastness...you can only view the guards from behind the gates. And oh, if you want to take the tour of the interior, don't go in April when I went. I hear you can only take the tour during August and September.
we werent able to go inside the palace but we still had a great time people watching and watching the guards patroll. Want a cheap thrill? Try a picnic in St. James park in front of Buckingham palace, its beautiful.
Contemporary apartment hotel housed in a building dating from 1850 700 meters from Kensington Palace and 1 km from Harrods.
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The changing of the guard is common in most European capitals, but nowhere is it more famous than in London.
The new guard leaves Wellington Barracks a few minutes before the change and marches down Birdcage Walk to Buckingham ...
The Best Western Victoria Palace is a recently refurbished modern air conditioned property within walking distance of Victoria Rail Station
and Coach Terminal. A host of attractions are only a short walk away, including Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament ...