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Take the train to London … and see Kate’s wedding dress!

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If you whipped out the bunting and watched the wedding, why not take the train to London and visit Buckingham Palace to see the dress Kate wore when swapped her Miss Middleton moniker for a rather grander title?

And don’t forget to check our journey planner for savings on cheap tickets and cheap first class tickets to the capital.

Kate and Wills may have wed in April, but there’s still plenty on offer for royal wedding watchers as Kate’s wedding dress has gone on display at Buckingham Palace.

That’s right – you can now see Kate’s (or Catherine’s) Alexander McQueen wedding dress up close, and in person, at the very palace where the pair had a right royal wedding knees-up.

And it’s not just the dress that’s on show; you’ll be able to see the Duchesses’ earrings, veil, tiara and bridal shoes too, as well as a replica of the happy couple’s wedding cake.

But you’ll have to be quick, as the exhibition will close on 3 October 2011. And tickets are expected to sell-out, as tourists have been queuing around the block just to see Kate’s much admired wedding wear.

It’s easy to get to Buckingham Palace by train. Just get the train to London’s Victoria Station, which is just a stone’s throw away from her Maj’s official residence. Or take a train to Kings Cross, Euston or any other London station and hop on the tube to Victoria.

Just don’t forget to check our journey planner before you head for the capital for savings on train tickets and first class tickets that are worth celebrating.

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