When: Tuesday 10 April 2018, 13.30pm
Where: Palace of Westminster, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA
We followed the path the Queen, our Patron, takes at the State Opening of Parliament. The tour also included the Robing Room from where she leaves to take her seat on the gilded throne in the House of Lords Chamber.
From the Central Lobby in the heart of Parliament we entered the rooms of the House of Commons before standing in the famous chamber itself with the Speaker’s Chair and those familiar green benches.
We finished our tour in the medieval Westminster Hall where Guy Fawkes and Charles 1 were found guilty of treason.
At about 15.45 we took Afternoon Tea in a River Thames side room. Tea consisted of savories, scones with clotted cream and jam, fruit tart, macaroons and millionaire shortbread.
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Price: £55 for Anglo-Danish Society members, £65 for non-members
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