Buckingham Palace is one the most famous tourist attractions in the world. Nearly 90,000 people in groups visit this palace annually, making it the highest tourist attraction for people traveling in groups. It was constructed by Duke of Buckingham in 1703. Currently the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II resides here along with the Duke of Edinburgh. The state rooms of Buckingham Palace are meant for official use, but are opened for public every year in August to September.
What is the closest London Tube Station to Buckingham Palace?
Buckingham Palace is located near Spur road and can be reached by the London Tube system. The nearest metro stations are Green Park and St. James’s Park, located at a distance of about 650 meters and 800 meters. It takes only 10 minutes by foot and 2 minutes by London Taxi to reach Buckingham Palace from Green Park Tube station. Buckingham palace can also be reached using St. James’s Park tube station by foot in 10 minutes or by taxi in 3 minutes.
To reach St. James’s Park tube station district and central line of London Tube can be used. It is located between the stations Westminster and Victoria. The Green Park Tube station lies between Bond Street and Westminster can be reached using the Jubilee Tube line.
London Metro Station (s) near Buckingham Palace – > Green Park and St. James’s Park