Clarence House was designed by John Nash and built in 1825-27 for the Duke of Clarence, George III’s third son. It was also home to Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, for almost five decades.
You can visit Clarence House during the month of August, by booking in advance on a guided tour. The Clarence House tour includes five ground floor rooms, which are used for entertaining. Tours last around 45 minutes.
Who lives in Clarence House?
Clarence House is the current home of King Charles III and The Queen Consort, and was once home to the Queen Mother. Other former residents include The Prince of Wales (Prince William) and Prince Harry.
Where is Clarence House?
Clarence House is located on The Mall, and is within walking distance of Buckingham Palace.