Now the official residence of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, and the home of Princes William and Harry, Clarence House is a building filled with history. During the summer months it opens the doors to the British public and tourists, where you can venture through the five ground-floor rooms that are used by the current incumbents for entertaining guests. The Queen Mother also called this home for 50 years and these rooms have remained largely unchanged ever since.
John Nash was the designer responsible for bringing the elegance of the building to life, built between 1850 and 1852. Since then it has remained a royal residence, with the Duke of Clarence the first of many to make it their home. A fine collection of art is also on display, including works by Graham Sutherland, John Piper and Augustus John, to name but a few.
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Child : £5.50
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