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This is part of the Royal estate and located close to Buckingham Palace and Green Park.
Whilst there is not much to see it is an important part of regal history and worth a trip especially if you are visiting Buckingham Palace.
St James's Palace is situated just off The Mall & very near to Green Park,St James's Park & Buckingham Palace.
It is one of the many Royal Palaces in London & is not open to the public.
I believe it used to be Prince's Charles,...More
Sadly, this historical palace built by Henry VIII is no longer open to the general public. We were also not present for the changing of the guards. We could only caught a glimpse of the palace through a side gated courtyard. There are apparently still...More
We were attending a D of E award ceremony which was brilliantly organised & it was thrilling to be ushered into the gates to stand in line under the watchful eye of the Guards. Inside the palace you walk through a few rooms before reaching...More
This is THE place to come to see the whole spectacle of the Changing of the Guard. The procession starts here, before winding its way down The Mall to Buckingham Palace. Here you can get so close to the action and some great photos and...More
We followed Rick Steves’ advice and stood on the sidewalk across from the courtyard to walk with the guards from this palace to Buckingham. We visited on a Sunday so we saw the horse guard change first at 10 then walked here to see the...More
This is a great space to view - although not open to the public, is visible from the streets. Some great little pubs scatter around this palace which is an official royal residence, Prince Charles's house.
It was built originally during the Tudor period, and...More
Perennially fashionable since the days of Henry VIII, the aristocratic “Clubland” of St James's is a premier destination for high end craft and bespoke design. Here you’ll lose count of the Royal Warrants (which indicate that the Royal Family patronizes the establishment) seen in shop front windows, even during a short stroll to bordering Green Park or St James’s Park. With the brightly lit and constantly buzzing
junction of Piccadilly Circus at its northeast corner and none of Central London too far away, this is an surprisingly central and accessible part of town, especially given its prosperous demeanor.