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Clarence House

One of the last remaining aristocratic townhouses in London.

Clarence House is currently closed to visitors.

Built by John Nash in 1825-27 for George III’s third son, the Duke of Clarence, and previously home to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother for almost five decades.



Shopping and eating

Clarence House Shop

Clarence House Shop offers a wide range of exclusive gifts inspired by the House's interiors and the works of art in the Royal Collection

You'll find homeware, china, clothing and jewellery, children’s toys, books and postcards. Please ask us about our home-delivery service. The income from every purchase you make contributes directly to the care of the Royal Collection.

Shop online


Unfortunately eating and drinking aren't allowed in Clarence House. However, you'll find plenty of cafés and restaurants nearby.


Group leaders

All tour leaders must be included as part of a group booking. Blue Badge Guides do not receive free entry.

Group bookings

Group visits to Clarence House must be pre-booked online, or over the phone.

Coach parking

There is no coach parking near Clarence House. Once your booking is confirmed we will advise the nearest set down location.


All visits include a guided tour led by one of our Wardens.

Access and mobility

Clarence House is fully accessible. Concessionary rates are available if you have a disability and a companion is admitted free of charge.

For detailed access information, please select one of the options below. For any other information, you can contact the Specialist Sales team on +44 (0)303 123 7324 or by emailing [email protected].

About Clarence House

Who built Clarence House?

Clarence House was built for the Duke of Clarence, George III's third son.

Who lived at Clarence House

Perhaps one of the most well-known past occupants was Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother


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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.