Monday, July 27, 2015

But it won't last forever.
 Starting July 25 and running through Sept. 27, Queen Elizabeth will
be opening the Buckingham Palace, her official London residence, to the public
while she's in Scotland on holiday. With its first public tour in 1993,
the annual summer opening offers visitors a rare glimpse inside life as
royalty.   And while you can't stay the night, you will get to take in
full splendor of Buckingham Palace.  This year, visitors will enter
through the "Grand Entrance"—an entrance used by world leaders when
they're invited for a visit by the Queen—and walk the ornate staircases
before entering the State Rooms. They will also experience an exhibit
showcasing what it's like to prepare the ballroom for a state dinner,
including wardrobe, menu and porcelain choices—you can even sample royal
tea! About 400,000 people are expected to visit the palace while the
Queen's away. Lindsey Campbell is the Associate Audience Engagement
Editor. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @lyndzicampbell.
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Queen Elizabeth will be opening her official London residence to the
public while she's in Scotland on holiday.

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