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- Address: London SW1A 1AA, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +44-2079304832
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
Buckingham Palace Gardens - Review
No visit to the Buckingham Palace is complete without a stroll through the magnificent Buckingham Palace Gardens that are adjoining to the palace. Spread over an impressive 39 acres, the Garden, which covers much of the former Goring Great Garden, boasts of more than 350 types of wildflowers, around 200 trees and a three-acre lake that forms a picturesque oasis. The Garden is only open for public for a few months in the year but the tour is grandiose. Visitors can leisurely walk through the paved pathways and take in the stunning artwork, including the Waterloo Vase, and the flora which includes several exotic varieties. As you complete the tour, do take a peek in the Garden Café that offers light refreshments and buy souvenirs from the Garden Shop.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Buckingham Palace Gardens
0.05% of people who visit London include Buckingham Palace Gardens in their plan
50% of people start their Buckingham Palace Gardens visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Buckingham Palace Gardens
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Buckingham Palace Gardens
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Buckingham Palace Gardens, London Reviews
Just imagine you have been invited to *the* Garden Party. This is a lawn with immaculate gardening and care. It is lush and lovely. When visiting the State Rooms you are able to wander past the garden, however you are not allowed to simply run around and start playing croquette. On the way from the Palace you do get to walk along the paths to leave the grounds. The visit is part of your visit to the State Rooms.
Lovely place, beautiful rooms. would of been nice to see a couple more rooms but overall worth going. Best bet go 1st thing Sunday morning to miss the rush.
I suppose one of those once only things one would do. ER2 is the head of state of Australia - had to view the most famous palace in the world. Opulence is an understatement. Try to do it in the morning to take it in. 2 hours at least. Souvenir shop is more expensive than ones at Windsor Castle. No toilets until you finish. The tearoom at the garden end (at exit end) is expensive with mediocre stuff. Audio headset tour included in ticket cost.
After our tour inside the Palace, it was nice to sit at the benches and relax in the gardens. Take a short stroll along the path overlooking the lake before exiting. In the grounds are toilets, shops and ice cream parlour and a cafe.
Don't go in August! So crowded, queues at the airport-style security checks. Three separate checks at the entrances to Queen's Gallery, State Rooms and Royal Mews. Gallery is not what you expect, just one exhibition about Prince Albert's visit to India. More pictures in the State Rooms. You can't take photos inside. You're allowed to take in handbags, also rucksacks if not huge and can be carried like a handbag. Palace shops are expensive, £3 for a bar of chocolate or a bookmark. Fabulous china and jewellery, also children's items and corgi corner. Café in gardens and ice cream near garden exit. £3 a scoop!