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Looking for a perfect summer picnic spot? Buckingham Palace is opening its gardens

Queen Elizabeth II permits self-guided visits of the grounds for the first time within the palace's history. Finally, green thumb enthusiasts will be able to openly wander the gardens of London's notable Buckingham Palace this summer.

Access to a few areas of the garden has already been included as part of guided visits to Buckingham Palace, but guests will now be able to explore a much bigger range. Members of the open will be able to appreciate rare flora and fauna and meadows.

The history of the location dates back to the rule of James I, who was thought to have raised silkworms there. The building itself was initially built in 1705 as a huge home before being expanded into a royal palace.

For those who are unable to visit Buckingham Palace in person, online guides will moreover be streamed live from Buckingham Palace over the summer, as well as Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland. In line with the easing of a few coronavirus lockdown limitations in England, guided tours will too be offered inside Buckingham Palace itself between May and September.

Source: CNN - Travel

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