Where to explore royal history in London

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Much of what you see today is the work of John Nash’s 19th-century, budget-busting redesign, including the two wings that enclose the grand forecourt.

Buckingham Palace

Escape into a world of unparalleled luxury and sophistication as you step into The Stae Room, an oasis of opulence in the heart of vibrant London

State Rooms

The Royal Mews

The Royal Mews, which includes the King’s stables, will not reopen to visitors until 2023. Instead, visit the Household Cavalry Museum to explores the work of the King's two Household Cavalry regiments

The Queen's Gallery

Bombed during WWII, this space transformed into a gallery in 1962. It now exhibits Old Master paintings, Buckingham Palace artworks, and masterpieces by Rembrandt, Van Dyck, and Rubens