While you’re confined to your own personal palace, why not discover how the truly affluent live through a virtual tour of Buckingham Palace?
The 317-year-old palace is a focal point of London and the residence of the Queen of England and her family.
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Buckingham Palace has also been the venue for many national celebrations, including Jubilees and weddings, and serves as a facility for various social events, including garden parties and inaugurations.
The palace is also a massive tourist attraction with onsite tours available during certain times of the year. Visitors also enjoy watching the ceremonial Changing of the Guard outside.
Now you can take a virtual tour of the stunning Buckingham Palace for yourself without even having to leave the house!
The Royal Family website offers multiple tours that take you throughout various rooms and corridors of the palace, including the Grand Staircase, the White Drawing Room, the Throne Room, and the Blue Drawing Room.
As you maneuver your cursor to navigate the rooms virtually, you will see little i’s next to particular pieces of furniture or art.
Upon clicking, you are provided with more information regarding what it is, its history, and how it was acquired.
Digitally walk in the footsteps of a royal and uncover the rich and diverse history of one of the most notable, if not one of the most important, buildings in the United Kingdom.