Royal Family

Buckingham Palace

  At any time of day, you will struggle to find the front gates of Buckingham Palace empty of visitors. The exclusive building is adored by many, and while we cannot grant you access to Her Majesty’s thrones, visiting the Queen’s Gallery and the Royal Mews will get you close and will technically take you […]

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Kensington Palace

  As home to British icons and press favourites The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and Wills, Kensington Palace has become a must-visit attraction. Though you won’t actually be standing inside their living room or peep around their bedroom door, you can visit the public half of the palace and discover the history of […]

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Hampton Court Palace

  As our beloved Prince George celebrates his first birthday, we ventured out to Hampton Court Palace, the historical palace that was once a home to another royal George, as well as a Henry, a couple Charles’ and a Mary or two. Hampton Court Palace sits proudly in its beautiful Surrey location beside the River […]

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Tower of London

  Steeped in history, Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress stands proudly in East London along the River Thames. Though the Tower of London was founded in 1066, the castle now stands against a backdrop of modern London against the glass skyscrapers, not letting anyone forget about the city’s vast history that stretches far back […]

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Kew Gardens

  London is not entirely a grey concrete jungle. In actual fact, London is the greenest city of its size in the world with almost 40% of the great city being green space. So if you are new to the city and the traffic and skyscrapers are getting a bit too much for you, or […]

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