5 Royal Tours for The King’s Coronation’s First Anniversary

The 6th of May will mark the first anniversary of The King’s Coronation.

One year later, it’s a fantastic time to visit London and experience our memorable Royal Tours, which you may want to join to experience the magic of Britain’s Royal Heritage.

Indulge in a Royal Afternoon Tea experience

Take a look at our special Royal London tour to discover the best bits of London before catching the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace with our expert guide. Hear all the anecdotes linked to Westminster Abbey, the place of every crowning of a Monarch since 1066, before enjoying a delicious Afternoon Tea at the Cellarium Café & Terrace.

You can also try a delicious Afternoon Tea experience at The Rubens at the Palace Hotel, after a lovely sightseeing tour of the main London attractions.

Explore the Tower of London

The Tower of London is another must-visit site for history buffs, particularly during the coronation weekend. It’s where the crown jewels are kept, and you can see them up close during your visit. Besides, you can learn about the Tower of London’s tumultuous history dating back to William the Conqueror.

Take a cruise on the River Thames

London’s Thames River offers fantastic views of the city’s skyline, particularly during the coronation weekend. You can take a river cruise along the Thames to see the city from a different perspective.

Our London in One Day tour offers you the possibility to add a river cruise – after spending your day watching the Changing of the Guard and visiting St. Paul’s and the Tower of London – as an option to make your experience even more memorable.

Experience RHS Wisley and Hampton Court Palace in style

Aboard a luxury and comfortable vehicle, go with the flow as our chauffeurs and expert guides take you to the UK’s best-loved garden, spanning 240 acres.

Home of the Royal Horticultural Society, RHS Wisley offers a peaceful and colourful atmosphere, perfect for getting away from the city. After RHS, you’ll learn about Henry VIII’s private lives at Hampton Court Palace, his magnificent riverside residence.

Discover Windsor Castle, a royal residence

With our expert guide, you’ll be taken to the historic town of Windsor and Windsor Castle, the ancestral home of the British Royal Family, hosting more than 900 years of history. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit St George’s Chapel, where Queen Elizabeth II rests. You can choose between a full-day or an afternoon trip to London and Windsor – more details here.

We hope you’ll make the most of your visit to London and beyond and immerse yourself in the city’s rich history and culture with our selection of unique Royal Tours.

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