Clarence House

Built in the 1840s to designs by John Nash for the Duke of Clarence. A Royal residence for over 170 years but known primarily as the home of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother who lived here 1953-2002. Now official residence of the Prince of Wales.

See Also: Lancaster House, Marlborough House Commonwealth Conference Centre, St James's Palace, Spencer House

Opening Hours:
Daily 10am to 4pm (August and September)
Admission by timed ticket only

Address: St James's Palace, SW1A 1BA

Website: Clarence House

Nearby Stations: Green Park Station, St James's Park Station

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