Palace of Holyroodhouse

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The Palace of Holyroodhouse is The Queen's official residence in Scotland. Every year, around the end of June, The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh stay here and participate in official engagements in the city and beyond.

Various areas of the Palace are open for public viewing, where visitors can trace historical links through time and learn about its legendary former inhabitants. Have a look at the State Apartments, including the Throne Room and the Morning Drawing Room, where The Queen gives private audiences to the likes of the First Minister of Scotland and the Lord High Commissioner.

You can also take a look at Mary, Queen of Scots' Chambers, where she resided after her return from France in 1561, which offers a fascinating insight into how our monarchs lived during that time.

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