Royal London

The main reason for a lot of tourists visiting London is to see some of the pomp and pageantry that is associated with the British Royal Family. At London Guide we have discovered the best in Royal London. We look at the Castle, Palaces, Ceremonies and even the prisons that have been used to hold members of the British Royal Family including Queen Elizabeth the Second.

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    Kensington Palace
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    Kensington Palace

    Kensington Palace is a royal residence set in Kensington Gardens, London and has been a major  residence of the British Royal Family including Princess Diana and Queen Victoria since the 17th century. Still used by the Royals it is currently the official residence of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, Prince ...

    Kew Gardens & Kew Palace
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    Kew Gardens & Kew Palace

    The Kew Gardens is a must-visit London attraction for all nature and history lovers visiting the city. The botanical glasshouses and gardens of this place house more than 30,000 plant species. In addition, it’s also home to the Kew Palace, a royal palace with great historical significance.

    Royal London Taxi Tour
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    Royal London Taxi Tour

    The 3 hour Royal London Taxi Tour will take you to all the palaces and castles that our Kings and Queens, Princes and Princess have lived.

    The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace
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    The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace

    The Royal Mews is a combination of stable and carriage house for the British Royal Family located near Buckingham Palace. The site is open to the public and really worth paying a visit when you are in London. Inside the mews you will get a glimpse of the Gold State Coach, carriage horses and Jubilee State Coach that ...

    Windsor Castle
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    Windsor Castle

    Windsor Castle is located on the banks of the River Thames about 20 miles west of London. The castle is one of three official residences of Queen Elizabeth II and has been home to the Sovereign for over 900 years. Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world and you can easily see the castle as you ...

    Buckingham Palace State Rooms
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    Buckingham Palace State Rooms

    Take a tour of a lifetime to the royal State Rooms that lie at the heart of Buckingham Place. Venture into the supreme treasures from the Royal Collection, such as sculptures, paintings, porcelain, and furniture.

    Hampton Court Palace
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    Hampton Court Palace

    Hampton Court Palace is a magnificent palace and former home of King Henry VIII. The palace is set in 60 acres of gardens including the world famous maze

    The Green Park
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    The Green Park

    The Green Park is one of the 8 royal parks of London and is located just to the side of Buckingham Palace. The park is set out in a triangle format between Constitution Hill, Piccadilly and St James Palace. The park offer mature trees and grasslands and is a great place to relax before or after visiting one of the ...

    St James Park
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    St James Park

    St James Park is one of the 8 Royal parks of London and is surrounded by Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Whitehall. The park includes The Mall and Horse Guards parade which are used as part of the ceremony for events like Changing of The Guard and Trooping the Colour. The park covers an area of nearly 57 acres. ...

    Changing of the Guard
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    Changing of the Guard

    The Changing of the Guard is a great display of British pomp and pageantry that occurs when the The Queens Old Guard hand over responsibility for protecting Buckingham Palace and St. James Palace to the New Guard. The queens guard are fully operational infantry and cavalry soldiers and even though they are a great ...

    Westminster Abbey
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    Westminster Abbey

    Westminster Abbey is actually a huge, mainly Gothic church situated just to the western side of the Palace of Westminster

    Buckingham Palace
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    Buckingham Palace

    Every year thousands of Aussies flock to Buckingham Palace as one of the first stops in London. Buckingham Palace is the primary residence of Queen Elizabeth II even though it is techincally managed by the British state and isn’t owned by the Royal Family.The Forecourt of the palace is utilized for Changing of the ...

    Tower of London
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    Tower of London

    The Tower of London is a historic castle located on the northern bank of the River Thames on an open space known as tower hill. It was built by William the Conqueror in 1078 and used as a prison until 1952 with the famous Kray Twins among the last of its inmates.

    Hyde Park
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    Hyde Park

    Hyde  Park is one of the 8 Royal Parks of London and one of the most popular. The park covers 350 acres and is surrounded by some of the most expensive areas of London including Mayfair and Knightsbridge. Hyde park is visited by millions of Londoners and tourists every year and is home to a few famous landmarks ...

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