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Frogmore House, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Reception Venue, Is Opening to the Public

Here's how you can get a rare peek inside the royal residence.
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After their tradition-breaking marriage ceremony, and a formal lunchtime soirée hosted by the Queen in Windsor Castle, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were ready to celebrate their wedding day one more time. They changed out of their formal wedding attire and into something a bit more glam for an intimate party with only their closest family and friends at Frogmore House, a nearby royal residence, which has been in the royal family for centuries.


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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the way to their evening wedding reception at Frogmore House.

Now, just as the royal couple moves nearby to Frogmore Cottage to prepare for the arrival of their first child, their evening reception venue is opening it's doors to visitors for a very limited time.

Unlike some of the other royal residences in the U.K., Frogmore House, which also served as the site some of Harry and Meghan's engagement photos, is very rarely open to the public, but this spring, tickets are available to guests for just a few days to raise money for charity.

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Definitely—I've seen so many pictures. I'd love to visit myself.

Pass—I prefer a walk around a museum.

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The Royal Collection Trust, the British charity which maintains the property, announced the news on Twitter this morning that from May 28 to May 30 of this year, the property will be open to visitors.

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On the 28th, admission fees will benefit the National Garden Scheme, an organization which raises money for health-related causes by providing access to private gardens. On the 29th, proceeds will be donated to the British Heart Foundation, which funds research into heart and circulatory diseases, and finally, on May 30, guest admission will benefit the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society, a group which supports those affected by rheumatoid arthritis.

Furthermore, in August, the house is open on certain days to pre-booked groups of 15+ people only.

For more information on admission fees and when the house is open, visit the Royal Collection's website.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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