By Doshka Harvey and London Correspondent Graeme Wood
As you are all aware the wedding of HRH Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton will be taking place next Friday, April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey.
While many of us would love to be in London for the festivities, not all of us can be. Regardless, we will be watching from home starting at 10am London time (or 5am EST) via our televisions, streaming from The Royal Channel on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/theroyalchannel
) or at Royal wedding parties taking place around the city.
For those of you lucky enough to cross the pond for the Royal occasion our London correspondent, Graeme Wood, gathered some most necessary information you'll need while there.
Royal Wedding Route from The Royal Parks
The best place to help you decipher the route the Royal wedding party will be taking is The Royal Parks website. Not only do they provide a listing of all the major sights in London the procession will be passing by, but they also give the history of each place. Their interactive map also highlights places to purchase official merchandise, restaurants, and toilets. One can even download a PDF of the route.
Visit The Royal Parks here
The Official Souvenir Wedding Programme
Official Programmes have been a tradition when it comes to Royal weddings. This time around it's no different for the nuptials of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.
Visit the Official Royal Wedding 2011 here