Category: Royal Experiences

Your opportunity to visit some of the most historic Royal Residences after they have closed to the general public.

The Royal Family are a much loved part of the UK and we can offer a unique privilege to peer behind the scenes at some of the their castles, palaces and art collections without being surrounded by other tourists.

There is nothing like being part of a small group of guests with a Palace historian to guide you and give you some insight into life as a Royal.

The Palace of Holyrood House

The Palace of Holyrood House is the Queen’s ‘official’ residence in Scotland. It is located in the beautiful and historic city of Edinburgh, Scotland. Like her London home Buckingham Palace, The Palace of Holyrood House has a gallery where some of the fabulous Royal Collections of art are displayed. We can offer unique opportunities to …read more

Clarence House

Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. 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. As home to our Heir to the throne we are only able to access a Private evening at Clarence …read more

Kew Palace

For a truly unique invitation which your guests just cannot refuse why not invite them to a private dinner in a Royal Palace? London’s smallest Royal Palace is available for exclusive hire for an evening of fine dining and entertainment that will live in your memory long after the evening ends. Set within the picturesque Royal …read more

The Royal Yacht Britannia

The Royal Yacht Britannia was Her Majesty’s floating palace and one her favourite places to entertain guests. The Royal Yacht Britannia helped to make the Queen the most traveled monarch the world has ever known.Not only has she and her family traveled the world on Britannia, but the world, its statesmen and leaders has visited …read more

The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace

The original Queen’s Gallery opened in 1962 on the site of one of Buckingham Palace’s three identical pavilions in the form of Ionic temples, designed by John Nash and constructed in 1831. Her Majesty The Queen hosts a diverse programme of exhibitions and events drawing on the treasures from the Royal Collection of Art & treasures, …read more

The Crown Jewels at the Tower of London

They are the greatest working collection of Crown Jewels in the world and priceless symbols of British monarchy. They are housed in the Jewel House at the Tower of London, the historic castle on the banks of the River Thames. This building has history woven into it’s very fabric has been used as a prison and …read more

A Private View of Windsor Castle

The Royal Family are much loved by the population of the UK. The pomp and ceremony surrounding them is an endless source of fascination and we are privileged to be able to offer a unique opportunity to enable guests peer behind the scenes at some of the their castles, palaces and art collections, without being …read more

Private Showround at Windsor Castle, Thursday 18 October

Windsor is the focus of the world in 2018. This is your chance to enjoy this beautiful town where the world’s media descended in May for Prince Harry’s wedding and will again in  October for Princess Eugenie’s nuptials.