Tour of King Charles III's Coronation Route
Embark on a majestic journey through the heart of the city, experiencing the notable locations, favorite spots, and retail outlets frequented by the Royal Family. This approximately two-hour tour, led by a knowledgeable guide, will show you a variety of clubs, churches, and splendid palaces that have been integral to royal life.
Witness the grandeur of St James’s Palace where The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall resided, and of course, Buckingham Palace, the home of His Majesty the King. You might even witness the guard shift change and gain insights into this time-honored and symbolic custom.
As you navigate the city, discover the King’s preferred liquor store and the barber shop where The Duke of Edinburgh has his hair trimmed. Pass by the renowned Fortnum and Mason and delve into the background of cream teas – a delicious and significant British tradition. Uncover quirky and surprising trivia about the Royal Family (including the Queen Mother's cigarette shopping spot), see the Horseguards and crucial parts of the Crown Estate.
Understand the concept of Royal Warrants on Jermyn Street, a location in London recognized for its numerous businesses providing the Royal Family with a range of goods and services. This is the perfect way to satisfy your curiosity about the royals and explore some of the city's most opulent locations.
The tour of King Charles III's Coronation route kicks off at 10.00 AM at the Tourism Island, Charing Cross Road (next to the Portrait Gallery). The tour concludes between 11.30 AM and 12.00 PM, with your guide leading you to Buckingham Palace for your 12.30 PM entry.
Conclude your journey with a visit to Buckingham Palace!
As the majestic London home of the King, Buckingham Palace is a crucial destination for any traveler to London. It's more than just a royal residence, it serves as the operational center for the Royal Household and is steeped in rich royal heritage. You will have the opportunity to explore the 19 State Rooms, elegantly outfitted with select pieces of French and English vintage furniture and showcasing some of the most valuable items from the Royal Collection. This includes masterpieces by Rubens, Canaletto and Rembrandt, sculptures by Canova, and Sèvres porcelain. You'll also explore the royal ballroom, the throne room, and ascend the glistening golden staircase.
Often referred to as the 'enclosed green space at the heart of London', the Buckingham Palace gardens are a spectacle to witness. With 30 diverse bird species and over 350 varieties of wildflowers, there is a wealth of nature to appreciate. The tour concludes with a stroll along the garden's southern side, offering views of the renowned lake and the palace's west facade.
- King Charles III's Coronation Walking Tour
- Entry to Buckingham Palace
- Food or drinks
- Freebies (optional)
More details about this tourHere is a break down of all the activities in the tour:
- 10:00 AM
- Buckingham Palace, Buckingham Gate, Tourist Bus Stop. SW1A 1AA (outside Queens Gallery)
- Nearest Underground Station: Victoria and Green Park
- A free multimedia guide is included in the ticket.
- Wheelchair access is subject to availability and must be pre-booked in advance.
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