Clarence House


Stable Yard Gate, SW1
SW1A 1AA London, England



NileGuide Expert tip:

Admission by guided tour. All tickets are timed and must be pre-booked. Guided tours start promptly at the time stated on your ticket. Late-comers will not be admitted!


Adjacent to St James's Palace, Clarence House was the home of The Queen, (then Princess Elizabeth), and Duke of Edinburgh, following their marriage in 1947. Most recently it was the London home of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, from 1953 until her death in 2002. Today it is the official London residence of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, and Princes William and Harry (until William moves to his own residence after his wedding in April). In 2003 Clarence House became the latest royal house to open its doors to the general public; from early August to early September visitors are taken on a guided tour of five of the staterooms, where much of the Queen's collection of art and furniture is on display

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