The Three King Charleses

Experience London with an insightful curated journey into the worlds of our three King Charleses

Highlights Include:

Discover the lives and passions of the three Kings as we uncover hidden historic London gems

A luxurious chauffeur driven tour through London, taking in iconic settings associated with the King Charleses

Personalised hosting throughout with director of Beyond Curated, Linda Hugo and an expert royal guide

Optional Elements:

An private visit to the Household Cavalry on Horse Guards Parade

Chauffeur driven in a vintage Rolls Royce Silver Wraith to elevate your driving tour experience

A regal lunch in a royally appointed private dining room with a talk and book signing by a royal historian

Private Thames boat cruise to Greenwich to discover the beautiful Queen’s House, completed in 1635 for Queen Henrietta Maria, wife of King Charles I

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King's Horse Guard
Queen Mother's Daimler


Expertly curated, this royal experience will take guests from Clarence House to Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace, seeing the London residences of the three King Charleses and the statues erected to honour them.

Journey from St James’s, where King Charles III procures some of his essentials, to the City of London via the Tower of London, where guests will see the armour of King Charles I.

See the famous Van Dyck painting of Charles I in the National Gallery and the statue of Charles II, horse mounted and gazing down towards Whitehall where his father was executed.

jewel house tower of london
Knight Armour


The driving tour continues to St Paul’s Cathedral and the Guildhall Art Gallery which houses a stunning collection of royal masterpieces including the 1969 bust of King Charles III.

There will be plenty of photo opportunities and short walks to experience the landmarks and artworks up close.

Enjoy a glass of royally appointed Pol Roger champagne as you cruise through London in style.

King Charles I statue
St Paul's Cathedral

Celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III with this unique journey through royal history.