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The State Rooms and East Wing Highlights Tour

The Centre Room, Buckingham Palace decorated with Chinese-themed works of art
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  • Next event: Monday 15 Jul 2024
    Daily (Monday 15 Jul 2024 - Saturday 31 Aug 2024)
  • Selected times from 9:30 - 13:30
  • Adult £75.00
    Young Person (18-24) £63.50
    Child (5-17) £59.00
    Disabled £59.00
    Access companion Free
    Under 5 Free
  • Adults

    East Wing Highlights Tours are now sold out. To be the first to hear when future tickets for the royal residences go on sale, sign up to our email updates.

    Be one of the first visitors to enjoy an exclusive guided tour of the highlights of the East Wing of Buckingham Palace this summer, combined with a visit to the State Rooms.

    Led by an expert guide, the East Wing Highlights Tour will take you through the principal rooms of the Wing, as you discover the spaces beyond the famous façade of the building. You will view exquisite works from the Royal Collection and visit the Centre Room, which leads on to the Palace balcony, first used by Queen Victoria.

    After your tour, which lasts around 45 minutes, you will join the self-guided tour of the State Rooms. You will be able to visit the Garden Café and Garden Shop at the end of your visit.

    There is limited availability, with a maximum number of 20 places on each East Wing Highlights Tour.

    Your ticket can be converted into a 1-Year Pass for the State Rooms.

    To be the first to hear when tickets for the royal residences go on sale, sign up to our email updates.

    Access information

    Wheelchair access and step-free access are available but must be pre-booked by contacting us on +44 (0)303 123 7324 or email [email protected]. Step-free access is not available for the entry time slots of 10:45 and 12:15 due to Changing of the Guard taking place on the Palace forecourt.

    We offer a free access companion ticket for disabled visitors.

    The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.