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Palace of Holyroodhouse

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Ranked #1 Local History in Edinburgh
Open Open from 11/01-03/31,Mon, Thu-Sun,9:30am-4:30pm;Closed from 9/1-6/30,Tue-Wed;Open from 4/1-6/30,Mon, Thu-Sun,9:30am-6:00pm;Open from 9/1-10/31,Mon, Thu-Sun,9:30am-6:00pm;Open from 7/1-8/31,9:30am-6:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
Palace of Holyroodhouse, Canongate, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EH8 8DXMap

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Hollywood Palace is also a shocking historical relic, hundreds of years of history, the building has not been destroyed, is also a British Empire art treasure, here can feel the ancient royal culture and some leftover living facilities.


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Palace of Holyroodhouse Standing at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile, the Palace of Holyroodhouse is the official home of Her Majesty The Queen in Scotland, and is used by Her Majesty for State ceremonies and official entertaining. The Palace has been a royal residence for over 500 years and is closely associated with Scotland's rich history. A visit to the Palace includes the Historic Apartments of Mary, Queen of Scots, which were the setting for many dramatic episodes in her short and turbulent reign, including the brutal murder of her Italian secretary, David Rizzio, by her husband, Lord Darnley. Her Bedchamber has been described as 'the most famous room in Scotland'. In the Palace's State Apartments, visitors can see the magnificent Great Gallery, where Bonnie Prince Charlie held lavish balls when he set up his Jacobite Court at the Palace in September 1745. The State Apartments today reflect the changing tastes of successive monarchs, and are renowned for their fine plasterwork ceilings and unrivalled collection of Brussels tapestries. They are furnished with numerous works of art from the Royal Collection, many of which have long associations with Holyroodhouse and Scotland.
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