Queen Elizabeth II who was vaccinated against the covid-19, is reopening the Buckingham Palace Gardens to the public. After one year of pause, the visitors will have an unprecedented experience.
London public will get a chance to have a picnic in the gardens of the Queen’s residence, as the traditional summer opening was cancelled for a second time this year, IBT has learned.
According to the Royal Collection Trust (RCT), the self-guided tours of the 39-acre landscaped grounds will be on offer from July to September. The gardens also include a summerhouse, a helicopter pad, and a tennis court.
Following a pause caused by the coronavirus, most of the Buckingham Palace Gardens views will be open for the public, while picnics will be allowed on one of the sweeping lawns. The gardens’ summer opening will run from July 9 to September 19.
The Place said that the special guided tours of the palace’s State Rooms will also be available. Windsor Castle, where the 94-year-old Queen and her husband Duke of Edinburgh have been staying for much of the pandemic, will also start to welcome visitors in May.