Holyroodhouse’s Palace Reopens to Visitors
The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the monarch’s official residence in Edinburgh, will reopen tomorrow following the death of the Queen.
The Queen’s Gallery, which is next to the palace, is also welcoming visitors tomorrow.
A special display at the palace will not reopen on the occasion of the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Similar exhibitions at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle will remain closed.
Instead, the ‘Masterpieces of Buckingham Palace’ exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery will be extended until October 31.
The Palace of Holyroodhouse played a key role last week when the Queen’s body was moved from Balmoral Castle on the Royal Deeside to Edinburgh, before resting at St Giles’ Cathedral in the city.
Holyrood Park hosted a large television screen on Monday to show the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in London and her Commitment Service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Elsewhere, the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace is also reopening tomorrow, while the State Room and Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace will remain closed for the rest of the year.
Windsor Castle is scheduled to reopen to visitors on 29 September.
You can follow the journey that the Queen’s troop made through Scotland Scottish Fieldarticles of.