"Visit St James Palace" St James's Palace Tip by ChrsStrl

St James's Palace, London: 6 reviews and 17 photos

  The great entry gate
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Originally a manor house belonging to Henry VIII this became a turreted palace in 1532. It is built with Tudor red brick. Ambassadors to the UK are accredited to the Court of St James and official proclamations are made from the balcony on Friary Court. Charles I spent his last night here before execution. Prince Charles has his London offices here. The chapel is open to the public for services on Sundays.

Address: In Pall Mall
Directions: Nearest Tube, Green Park Station. Near Pall Mall.
Phone: +44 20 7930 4832
Website: https://www.royal.uk/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Dec 8, 2002
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