Welcome to the Queen’s royal residences
Welcome to this amazing, fascinating and historical
presentation about the historical landscape and buildings
that the Royal Family & the Queen live in.
In this presentation, I will show you 6 historical gems of
England and Scotland where the Queen and her Royal
family live during the Spring or Summer Time.
I hope you enjoy this presentation!.
Balmoral is a historical castle in Scotland. This is the home of where the
Queen lives in the Spring Time. Balmoral was first built as a small house
for Victoria and Prince Albert in 1842, today Balmoral is a exicting castle
for visitors to look round in the summer time.
Built in 1842 for
Victoria & Albert
Palace of Hollywrood
The Palace of Hollywrood is a historical house in Scotland. This
is another royal tradition for the family to come up to Scotland
after Balmoral. It is normally the house hold of Prince Edward
and his wife who like Scotland very much
for Elizabeth I
Windsor Castle is a historical royal residence of the Queen. The castle
was built in 1070 to protect the town of Windsor. Today the castle is
open to the public when the Queen is not in residence.
Built in 1070
by William the
Kensington Palace is a historical royal palace in London. This palace
was the birth place of Queen Victoria. Today visitors can go have a
look around at the palace in London
Built: 1605 by
Buckingham Palace is a historical and royal palace in London. This
palace is the traditional home of the Queen and Royal family in
London. Visitors are allow in when the Queen is not in residence
Built- 1624 by
Location: City of