Thursday, 1 May 2014 to Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Your group can enjoy a guided tour through the historic Palace gardens combined with a visit to the Historic State Apartments. Including parts of the grounds not normally open to the public, the tour takes you through the ruins of the 12th-century Abbey to the site of the ancient menagerie, the 17th-century sundail and the Jubilee Border. You will also see where The Queen's annual Garden Party takes place and where the Royal Company of Archers practise archery.
The tour of the Palace gardens is followed by refreshments in the Cafe at the Palace. From this point onwards, your group is free to collect their audio tours and explore the Palace and its rich history at their lesiure.
Price includes a Garden History Tour in English, tea, coffee and pastries, and an audio tour of the Palace in nine languages.