The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022

By Shoaib
June 3, 2024
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This year is an exciting year for visitors and residents of London, as we are getting closer to the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Keep reading to discover more about the Queen’s upcoming celebrations and the bank holiday that the British public will enjoy for this momentous occasion.

What is the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee?

The Queen is the first British Monarch to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, which fell on 6th February 2022. After spending the past 70 years serving the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, this year, the public will celebrate alongside her in May. As a result of this special occasion, there is a four day UK bank holiday, which stretches from Thursday 2nd June to Sunday 5th June 2022. It’s going to be an incredible weekend for everyone in the UK and is the perfect time to travel to London and stay with us to be closer to the celebrations.

During the four day bank holiday weekend, there will be various public events and activities throughout London and the country as a whole. The Queen chose not to celebrate back in February, just as she did in the past for her Gold and Diamond Jubilees. With the expected warmer weather in the summer months, it’s the perfect time to get together outdoors in one of London’s many parks and celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime occasion.

Celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in London

There’s a lot going on in London during the bank holiday weekend, both for the Queen and the general public. On Thursday 2nd June, Trooping the Colour will take place in London for the first time since the pandemic. This evening, British landowners and farmers are going to light beacons across the UK at 9:15 pm, which will certainly be an amazing sight to see. On the Friday morning, there is a private service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral before the big celebration the next day.

Saturday 4th June sees the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert, which will take place at Buckingham Palace. Even if you missed out on free tickets from the ballot, it will likely be shown elsewhere on big screens. On the Sunday, the Queen is encouraging people across the country to get together for a Jubilee lunch. You can expect local communities in London to join in with the fun, making this a day that you’ll remember forever. For more information about what’s going on in your local area, you can visit the Royal website. Here you’ll be able to search for ideas of what to do to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee and make the most of your time in the city.

If you are planning to visit London during this special bank holiday weekend, we highly recommend staying at one of our central hotels. You’ll be right in the heart of the action, allowing you to get out and about and see what’s going on throughout the city. Make sure you book soon for this weekend, as it’s bound to be one of the most popular weekends of the summer with visitors to London this year.

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