Buckingham Palace Virtual Tour
Buckingham Palace, the Queen's London home, is one of the most recognisable buildings in the world, but few people have seen the magnificent interior of Buckingham Palace.
The Buckingham Palace Virtual Tour gives you the chance to see inside for yourself!. View the stunning State Apartments containing some of the world's most valuable furniture and gaze at works by the world's greatest painters in the Picture Gallery.
The Queen's Private Apartments are off-limits to the public, but you can explore them in the Buckingham Palace Virtual Tour, along with many other magnificent rooms.
- Photographs and descriptions of all of the State and Semi State Apartments
- Photographs and descriptions of much of the furniture and many paintings
- Photographs and descriptions of the Private Apartments of the Royal Family
- Colour photographs of some of the Principal State Apartments
- Colour paintings of some of the State Apartments
- Panoramas of the Grand Staircase and the White Drawing Room (requires Internet access)
- Historic engravings showing many of the rooms as they were when in use by Queen Victoria and her family
- Many extremely rare photographs of the interior of the Palace from Queen Victoria's reign
- Detailed floor plans of the ground and principal floors of Buckingham Palace
Virtual Tour Features
All Virtual Tours include these features:
- Zoom in on all photos
- Fulltext search to be able to find what you want
- Always be able to see where you are on the floor plan
- Picture tool tips on the floor plan allow you to see the room you are wanting to explore
- Highlighting of rooms as you move over them in the floor plan
- All groups of pictures (e.g. of a room) can be played in a slide show
- All groups of pictures are displayed in thumbnail format so you can easily display the one you want
- Buttons to move to the next and previous room or furniture item
- Room and furniture are separated to allow better descriptions
- Detailed, visual index makes it easy to move to what you want
- Furniture and works of art are organised into collections to make them easier to access
- And much much more...
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