Buckingham Palace Tickets
Buckingham Palace, the grand and iconic London residence of Her Majesty the Queen, is an absolute must-see on any visit to London. Don't miss out on exploring one of the world's most famous buildings!
Our guide to Buckingham Palace Tickets
Buckingham Palace, a fully working palace housing not only The Queen but serving as the administrative headquarters of the Royal Household, opens to the public again this summer.
There are 19 exquisitely furnished State Rooms to explore boasting fine examples of French and English antique furniture and displaying some of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection, including works by Rubens, Canaletto and Rembrandt, sculpture by Canova and porcelain by Sèvres.
Your ticket also includes access to Royal Animals, a special exhibition telling the story of how the likes of swans and corgis have become synonymous with the Royal family.
Visitors finish their tour with a walk along the south side of the garden, taking in views of the famous lake and the west front of the palace.
Buckingham Palace Opening Details (subject to change)
Monday 27th July 2020 until Sunday 4th October 2020
Why not upgrade your Buckingham Palace Entrance Only tickets to include one of the following?
- Buckingham Palace Tickets Only
- Buckingham Palace Tickets with Royal Mews Access
- Buckingham Palace Tickets with Stonehenge Tour
- Buckingham Palace Tickets with Afternoon Tea at The Grosvenor
- Buckingham Palace Tickets with Afternoon Tea at Browns
- Buckingham Palace Tickets with 24hr Hop-on Hop-off Bus ticket
- Buckingham Palace Tickets with Windsor Castle Tour
- Royal London Tour including St Paul's Cathedral and Buckingham Palace
Frequently Asked Questions for Buckingham Palace Tickets
How long does a tour at Buckingham Palace take?
It is suggesed that you allow 2-2½ hours for your visit.
Can you take photos in Buckingham Palace?
Photography and filming including the use of wearable devices for personal, non-commercial purposes are not permitted inside the State Rooms. In the garden photography and filming for non-commercial purposes are encouraged.
What are Buckingham Palace's opening times?
Buckingham Palace is usually open from 9.30am until 6.30pm with the last admission being around 4.15pm. You need to select a time for admission when booking and it is advised to arrive within 30 mins prior to this.
Is there a dress code for Buckingham Palace?
There is no formal dress code required to enter the Palace. It is advised to wear comfortable shoes, as the visitor route includes a half-mile walk through the garden to the exit.
What do you see at Buckingham Palace?
Your ticket will include access to the 19 State rooms, the stunning gardens and Queen Victoria's Palace, a special exhibition.
Where is Buckingham Palace?
Buckingham Palace is based in London close to London Victoria or London Charing Cross. The closest underground stations are Victoria, Green Park, St. James's Park or Hyde Park Corner.
Is there free wifi?
Yes there is in the Garden shop or the West Terrace. Phones must be switched off in the State Rooms.
Can I take food with me?
Eating and drinking are not permitted inside Buckingham Palace, with the exception of bottled water. You will be asked to place drinks and food in your bags before being admitted to the Palace.
Is Buckingham Palace accessible for all guests?
Yes, the State Rooms are fully accessible with step free access.