This is the main entrance to the Mall going up to Buckingham Palace. It will be interesting to see what if any changes will be made to it now it is slated to become a hotel.
If you enter Trafalgar Square from any other direction, you're missing out! Make sure you pay attention to the arch and don't just head got Buckingham Palace with your head down. It's hard to imagine Cabinet Ministers staying in apartments here as it must be one of the best addresses in London!
ok its just an arch. but its also the gateway to trafalgar square if you've walked up the mall from Buckingham palace and its an impressive sight. its got a really quiet little set of steps at the side just before you would head through to the square so id say grab a seat for 5 minutes & have a... More
As we were off on our first excursions in London, my wife and I were in search of Buckingham Palace. We were following a free tourist map, which was provided for us by our hostel host. When we turned the corner and spotted the Admiralty Arch, it was our first indication that we were on the right trail to discover... More
It is the ceremonial entrance from Trafalgar Square to The Mall, which is the ceremonial road leading up to Buckingham Palace. Admiralty Arch plays an important role on ceremonial occasions. Processions at royal weddings or coronations all go under this arch. Up until last year, apparently there were still government building there but it's been leased for 125 yrs to... More
This is an Grand architectural history like no other. Talking about the history of the 'British Empire'; landmark linking 'Trafalgar square, Pall Mall, Buckingham Palace' and the splendour of Grade I listed Building.
The viewing experience of this London attraction can be so affected by our beautiful British weather. Our visit was on a cold but bright day and we were only passing. Not sure if I would visit just to see Admiralty Arch.
The Admiralty Arch is the entrance to the Mall en route to Buckingham Palace. It has three arches, the outer two are used for pedestrians and the inner and largest arch is used for vehicular traffic. Every Sunday, the gates to the arch are closed to allow citizens and visitors to enjoy walking or bicycling on the Mall. Only a... More
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