Exclusive guided tour around Clarence House

Address:
, The Mall, London51.504027 -0.138526
Dates & Time:
to
Tour starts at 4.30 PM or 4.45 PM (Wed-Fri only)
Tickets & Cost:
Adults £35
See royalcollection.org.uk
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If you're thinking about going on a guided tour of Clarence House then you might like to stump up a bit more money and pay for an 'Exclusive guided tour' instead.

The tour is basically the same as the main one -- you will be shown around five of the ground-floor rooms which the Prince of Wales uses for official engagements. One of rooms will be the Cornwall Room, where twenty-two of his own watercolours are hung. But as a bonus you will be served a glass of champagne and enjoy a view of the garden.

Craig has been on a guided tour of Clarence House a couple of times (but only the main one... not this exclusive one), and thinks it is definitely worth doing if you're a fan of the Royals. And whilst it's nowhere near as grand as Buckingham Palace, it does have some nice personal touches -- like all the family photos of Harry, William and Kate set up on the piano. Read Craig's review of Clarence House before you go to see what he thought of it.

If you're a huge fan of the Royals then you might like to try and combine your visit with the Buckingham Palace Summer Opening as well (although you'll have to get the timings right, because you'll have to book a timed ticket for both).

 

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Craig’s review – “Buckingham Palace last week... Clarence House this week. That's where Prince Charles lives with Camilla. Every time I've been on this tour I've been the only young bloke on it. It seems to be much more for the older generation, whereas the palace seems to attract all ages. Once you get inside you realise why that is -- it's a pretty old-fashioned place. It doesn't hav… continued”

Read Craig’s review of this event

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