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Three of London’s royal Palaces

If you’re looking to get a taste of London’s royalty, in this post we’ll show you what kinds of attractions are worth visiting. In London, you’ll find many palaces, residences, museums, and gardens. And that only makes sense considering the Royal family lives in the capital. The Royal family has become an integral part of the country’s national identity. Visiting some of the attractions below will you get a better understanding of Britain’s history as a whole.

Buckingham Palace

The Buckingham Palace is a must visit attraction during your stay. The official residence of the Monarch is a 770 room venue that attracts thousands of visitors every year. Fortunately, one of the best accommodations can be found close by. The London city suites by Montcalm are2 minutes away from the Barbican centre and just an 11 minute walk away from the Museum of London. The Buckingham Palace can be found in the City of Westminster and all bookings for visits are to be made online.

Kensington Palace

The Kensington Palace was originally built as country house for William III and Mary II. Here, visitors will be able to take a look into the past history of the royal family – discovering famous dress collections that were worn by Diana, Princess Margaret, the Queen, and the princess of Wales. Looking at them will make you understand how royalty has influenced fashion culture over the years. The Kensington Palace can be found in the Royal borough of Chelsea and is open between 7 days a week from 10AM-5PM.

kensington palaceKew Palace

The Kew Palace was built in 1631, and gives visitors a riveting insight into the private lives of Georgian royalty. It can be found in Richmond, right next to the royal botanic gardens. It’s open 7 days a week between the hours of 11AM-5PM.

The Kew Palace Richmond

In conclusion, whichever palaces you decide to visit, know that many of them will surpass your expectations. For many, the idea of exploring visiting such royal venues doesn’t particularly excite them. But we argue that the insights you’ll take away from visits to some of these venues will allow you to go back home with a refreshing understanding of the city and its history.

Without the royal family, and all the values it has instilled, London would not be as famous as it is today. In fact, one of the major reasons behind London’s current position as the most visited tourist destination is down to the royal family.

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