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Virtual Thing of the Day: 4/2/20

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Happy April! Today, we have a tour I never thought I’d see online. This is a virtual tour of none other than Buckingham Palace! During typical summer months, the Palace’s State Rooms are open to tours. Of course, this summer, that’s unlikely to be the case, but fear not! You can wander the Palace without leaving your sofa.

While you can’t view all 775 rooms, you can check out the tour of the State Rooms and a whole lot of other delish royal content on the Royal Household’s website. And in case you’re interested, The Telegraph posted some really fun facts about Buckingham Palace here.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

11 thoughts on “Virtual Thing of the Day: 4/2/20

  1. My parents might enjoy this. They sometimes go to open houses just to snoop around the homes and get home decor ideas even though they’ve zero intention of moving house.

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  2. This was great and then the Doll House was wonderful.

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  3. Oh goodness…and the Queen has the virus..it was announced today…She is not here but at Windsor

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  4. I had no idea there was a real “throne room”. It looks like the one I remember from watching Cinderella (with Leslie Anne Warren)!

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  5. I wonder how large is the staff to keep it lookinig great. Also meals etc. Hal

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