This August will be filled with excitement and fun as the gates of Clarence House opens for the public. The visitors will get a rare look of the house.
Looking at those pictures, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall certainly have a knack for decorating.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles are opening up Clarence House for tours during the month of August while they have a vacation at Birkhall, their Scottish estate.
All about the tour the visitors are going to have.
All the visitors will get about 45 minutes to walk around the famous townhouse. This house was constructed in 1825. The visitors will also get to learn about all of its famous residents.
Some of the highlights include seeing the Lancaster room, the morning room, where Prince Louis’s christening photos were taken, the dining room, the garden room, and the library.
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The library is an area where the late Queen Mother would often host some of her intimate dinner parties when she lived there.
The tour will consist of many things.
Those who will be on the tour will also have a chance to stroll among the gorgeous blooms in Camilla and Charles’s garden. It is indeed a special space that the Prince of Wales added to honour his grandmother, the Queen Mother.
Queen Elizabeth’s royal collection will also be displayed for all the visitors to enjoy from Her Majesty’s Chinese porcelain to a special clock made for William III.
Wanna go and explore the Clarence House?
Well, for all those who are interested, can buy the standard tickets for £10.30. But. those royal enthusiasts who feel like forking over extra that is £35.00 can go on an exclusive guided tour.
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Unfortunately, that doesn’t score you a meet-and-greet with the royals, but it does mean you’ll get a flight of champagne. Not only this, but a chance to see the Cornwall Room, a space hung with 22 of Prince Charles’s very own water colours painted between 1998 and 2006.
Unfortunately, Clarence House tours run only in August, so if you’re keen on going, we recommend booking your tickets now before it’s too late!