Furniture Rental for the Queens Platinum Jubilee

Furniture Rental for the Queens Platinum Jubilee

The Queens Platinum Jubilee - Top 10 London Locations to Visit

With the Queens Platinum Jubilee just a week away – we thought we’d share our top 10 places to visit whilst celebrating in the Capital. Naturally our list has a Royal Family feel so prepare to dive into tourism at its finest. The four day extended bank holiday weekend runs from Thursday 2nd June – Sunday 5th June observing a memorable historic milestone. On the 6th February 2022 Her Majesty The Queen became the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 extraordinary years of service to the people of the United Kingdom!

More than 70,000 ‘Big Lunches’ and events have been planned in the four UK nations with an expected ten million people to sit down next to their neighbours on Sunday 5th June to celebrate such a momentous occasion. In order to facilitate outdoors gatherings and street parties, furniture rental has never been more popular. Join the thousands already renting items such as trestle tablesbeer bench sets, outdoor chairs and more.

Furniture Rental for the Queens Jubilee

We have carefully hand selected furniture items within the Queens Jubilee Furniture category which are our most popular items for street parties and are coloured coordinated to match the theme of red, white and blue. Our rattan sets are a keen choice for garden soirées which are available as single items or sets of 2, 4 and 6. Any item can be rented for as long or as little as you need it. If you’re looking to keep the Jubilee festivities flowing until the following week, simply select your dates and order.

 

Top 10 Royal Locations to Enjoy over the Jubilee Weekend & Beyond

 

1. Buckingham Palace

Recognised around the world as the home of The Queen, Buckingham Palace is the focus of national and royal celebrations. It is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today. For over 20 years the palace has been open to visitors during the Summer months and selected dates in November and December. Be sure you don’t get lost in the 775 rooms and rest assured, there shouldn’t be a wait for the bathroom with over 78 in total!

Price: Adults: £30.00 | Young Person (18-24): £19.50 | Child (5-17): £16.50

2. Royal Mews

One of the most elegant working stables in the world is the Royal Mews. Located at Buckingham Palace, the Royal Mews is where visitors can view the Royal family’s state vehicles including horse –drawn carriage and motor cars. Royal Mews is also home to the Gold State Coach, a fairy tale like carriage which has been used for every coronation since 1821.

Price: Adults: £14.00 | Young Person (18-24): £9.00 | Child (5-17): £8.00

3. Tower of London

The Tower of London is a world heritage site and one of London’s most iconic castles, located on the north bank of the River Thames. During the year of the Platinum Jubilee get up close and personal with the Crown Jewels as well as meeting the legendary Yeoman Warders and ravens. This year, in celebration of the Queens Jubilee the moat will be transformed into Superbloom. Superbloom is a colourful, bright, vibrant field of flowers which will evolve into new patterns and colours from June to September.

Price: Members: Free | Adults: £29.90 | Child: £14.90

4. Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is the largest and oldest castle in the world, home to royalty and 1000 years of royal history. It remains a working palace to this day. It is located in the county of Berkshire, around 25 miles from Central London. Founded in the 11th Century by William the Conqueror the castle has housed 39 monarchs during that time. Some of the finest works of art in the Royal collection can be seen in the State Apartments which your Windsor Castle ticket allows entry to. If you time your visit correctly, you can also witness the Changing the Guard which takes place at 11am on selected days.

Price: Adults: £26.50 | Young Person (18-24): £17.50 | Child (5-17): £14.50 (Sunday-Friday prices)

5. St Paul’s Cathedral

An iconic feature of the London skyline is the world-famous dome at St Paul’s Cathedral. St Paul’s is an Anglican cathedral that is the seat of the Bishop of London and serves as the mother church of the Diocese of London. The building itself is Grade I listed and sits on the highest point of the City of London at Ludgate Hill.  Sightseers will walk in the footsteps of royalty and political leaders on the Cathedral floor as well as explore where nations heroes are buried in the Crypt.

Price: | Adults: £18.00 | Child: £7.70

6. Kensington Palace

Set in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is Kensington Palace, the birthplace of Queen Victoria and home to young royals for over 300 years. The palace is known for being the official residence of TRH Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their 3 children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The palace gardens, in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee will also showcase a display of colourful and vibrant flowers.

Price: Members: Free | Adults: £20.00 | Child: £10.00

7. Westminster Abbey

Founded by Benedictine Monks in 960AD, Westminster Abbey is one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country. The breathtaking architecture is stunning both inside and out and since 1066 it has been the coronation church for all British monarchs and is home to the ancient Coronation Chair.  During the Queens Jubilee various events can be enjoyed at the Abbey including a Jubilee breakfast, family garden party and The Queen & Her Abbey tour.

Price: Members: Free | Adults: £25.00 | Child (6-17): £11.00

8. Hampton Court Palace

Delve into the Stuart and Georgian times by visiting the 16th Century home of Henry VIII, his wives and children. It’s alleged that the ghost of Catherine Howard has been seen running the length of the Haunted Gallery, Henry VIII’s fifth wife. During the summer, Hampton Court Palace hosts the largest annual flower show in the world. This iconic landmark was Henry VIII’s favorite palace and is nestled on the banks of the Thames.

Price: Members: Free | Adults: £26.10 | Child: £13.00

9. Kew Palace

Built in 1631 and used by the royal family between 1729 and 1818, Kew Palace is one of the most intimate royal palaces and was originally built as a private house. George III and Queen Charlotte resided here with their 15 children. The design of the house dates back to the Georgian era and the upper floor has been left in an eerie state having not been touched for centuries.

Price: Adults: £5.30 | Child: FREE (Adults and children must also have purchased a Kew Gardens ticket)

10. Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the most treasured and distinctive buildings in London. Queen Victoria laid the Hall’s foundation stone in 1867 and later opened the hall in 1871. Some of the world’s leading artists from many performance genres have appeared on its stage and more than 380 shows are hosted annually.

Price: Depends on type of tour

We have taken the liberty of researching prices for our top 10 attractions above but we highly recommend checking the attraction website and booking ahead of visiting.

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