Visitors will be able to roam unaccompanied through the gardens of Queen Elizabeth’s residence in the British capital, London, for the first time, from Friday, and will also enjoy a picnic while they are there.
There have been previously guided tours of Buckingham Palace and its surroundings, which occupies 39 acres and dates back to 1820.
But this year, a ticket priced at 16.50 pounds ($22.70) available until September will allow tourists and visitors to explore the gardens on their own without a guide.
“Unfortunately we were not able to open the royal rooms inside the palace this year due to the current situation (related to Corona) as we used to do so it is great that we can open the gardens instead,” Sally Goodseer of the Royal Collection Trust, which manages the royal palaces, told the media.
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