What do you get when you mix Tradition, Pomp and Ceremony, a Queen, Princes, Princesses, Royal Artilleries, Horses, crowds of cheering people, and Red Arrows?
Trooping the Colour!
Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh at Trooping the Colour 2010
The Sovereign’s official birthday is marked with a colourful mix of military bands, . . . → Read More: Trooping the Colour 2010
The tradition of Trooping the Colour Although The Queen was born on 21 April, our Sovereign’s birthday is officially celebrated on a Saturday in June.
It has long been the tradition to celebrate the Sovereign’s birthday publicly on a day in summer (usually June), when good weather is more likely.
Trooping the Colour is . . . → Read More: Trooping the Colour – London
Why come to London:
The Queen sometimes lives here Historical landmarks; Medieaval History; Cobbled Streets; Green Parks;
Fountain and National Gallery at Trafalgar Square
Fountains, Lakes and rivers; Magnificent Museums; splendid Palaces, amazing Abbeys and Cathedrals; and home to London Bridge and Big Ben!
Big Ben and Westminster Palace aka The . . . → Read More: Why come to London?