The Royal Parks interactive map
Don’t despair if you haven’t received your invite to the most anticipated wedding of the year: now you can trace the route of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding procession online, with the Royal Parks website’s new interactive map. The snazzy tool lets you see the route the procession will take from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, taking in famous London landmarks like Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament on the way. Then you can see the route the prince and his new princess will take back to the Palace.
Handy if you’re planning on heading down to watch the procession, the map includes places you can buy official merchandise (so there’s no excuse not to bring Granny back a commemorative plate) and where you can find refreshments to keep you going while you view all that pomp and finery. And if you’re not planning on attending the procession? Pop on your tiara and have a princess moment of your own as you view the route online and imagine you’re there with your own Prince Charming.
Play with the interactive map at royalparks.gov.uk.
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