British Monarchy - The official web site of the British Monarchy. Information on the history of the Monarchy, today's royal family and the Royal Art and Residences.
Buckingham Palace - Buckingham Palace is the headquarters of the British Monarchy and is used as both a home and office.
Hampton Court Palace - Hampton Court Palace is situated in beautiful tranquil surroundings on the banks of the River Thames. The Palace spans over 400 years of history and was home to some of the great Kings and Queens of England, such as Henry VIII and King William III.
Kensington Palace - A royal residence since 1789. Queen Victoria spent her childhood at Kensington Palace and it was there in June 1837, that she learned of her accession to the throne. The palace was the London home of Diana, Princess of Wales and is still home to several other members of the Royal Family. Visitors can explore the State Apartments and the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection.
Tower of London - The Tower of London has been an integral part of British royal history for nearly 1000 years. The Tower of London has never been successfully attacked and its massive, forbidding aspect has served for centuries as a symbol of the power of the monarchy, to citizens and enemies, alike. Today the Tower is the home of the Crown Jewels and a museum of arms and armor.