The Buckingham Palace garden will reopen to the public this summer. The Royal Collection Trust (RCT), which carries out the management on behalf of Queen Elizabeth, announced this on Wednesday.
“We’re opening again! Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have a picnic on the grass with a view of the palace,” the RCT writes on Twitter.
Visitors are free to explore the garden, which includes the 156-meter-long border with various types of plants. They can also tour the plane trees planted by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and see the islet in the lake, home to Buckingham Palace bees.