It is with deep sadness that we note the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Queen Elizabeth has been a reassuring constant in our lives. She ascended the throne on February 6, 1952, making her the longest reigning monarch in British history. Over the past 70 years, Her Majesty has given of herself in the service of our country and the Commonwealth, demonstrating an enormous sense of duty and commitment.
Our thoughts are with the royal family these days as the entire country comes together to remember and honor Queen Elizabeth II.
As a sign of respect, many stores & sights are closed. You can get an overview here:
|Tower of London||9th Sept and Day of Funeral|
|Kensington Palace||9th Sept and Day of Funeral|
|Hampton Court Palace||9th Sept and Day of Funeral|
|Kew Gardens||9th Sept and Day of Funeral|
|St Paul’s Cathedral||9th Sept and probably until at least 14th Sept|
|Buckingham Palace||9th Sept – until further notice|
|Royal Mews||9th Sept – until further notice|
|Windsor Castle||9th Sept – until further notice|
|The Queen’s Galleries Buckingham Palace||9th Sept – until further notice|
|The Queens Galleries Edinburgh||9th Sept – until further notice|
|London Zoo||9th Sept|
|Jurassic World Exhibition||Day of Funeral|
|Stonehenge / English Heritage Properties||9th Sept – Wellington Arch and Apsley House|
|Wembley Stadium||9th Sept|
|Tower Bridge||9th Sept|
|Merlin Attractions||9th Sept – Legoland Windsor|
|Canterbury Cathedral||Closed maybe on the day of the funeral|
|Roman Baths||Closed maybe on the day of the funeral|