Royal residences across the UK welcoming back visitors this spring and summer

The Royal Family has announced that Royal residences across the UK will be welcoming back visitors again this spring and summer.

This includes Buckingham Palace, the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Windsor Castle, which will all be reopening their doors.

The sites will be reopening again from April 17.

However, there have been some changes made amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

This includes reducing the number of visitors and introducing advanced booking with time slots.

The Royal Collection Trust website reads: "We look forward to welcoming you back. To keep you safe, we have made some changes.

"We have introduced advance booking, reduced the number of people we can welcome at any one time and put in place a range of other safety measures."

The Royal Trust has also asked visitors to check its website before a visit to check for any changes to opening times.

Those who don't feel well or have family members who feel unwell have also be asked to stay home and not visit the sites.

If this is the case, a refund can be issued or you can exchange your ticket for another date.

Social distancing measures will also be in place around he residence and multimedia guides and headphones will be cleaned twice before each use.

Those who would prefer to bring their own headphones are allowed to do so though.

Hand sanitiser stations and hand washing facilities will also be made available along the visitor routes.

You will also need to be wearing a face mask when visiting the indoor spaces.

The news was shared on the official Royal Family Instagram page with it's 8.7million followers.

Many were excited about the news of the visits.

The post racked up more than 62,000 likes and tons of comments.

One exclaimed: "I can’t wait to get back to Windsor Castle."

While another branded the news "magnificent".

A third added: "What a lovely way to spend your summer."

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