London: People will be allowed to visit the final resting place of Queen Elizabeth II from next week.
The monarch was buried in a St George’s chapel at the Windsor Castle days after she died at the age of 96.
The visitors willing to see the final resting place of the late Queen will have to spend £28.50.
Anti-monarchists started ridiculing the royal family with misleading claims that the royal family will be charging the money to allow the people to see the Queen’s grave.
But it is not entirely true as £28.50 would be charged as a fee for the whole castle tours.
According to the local media, Windsor Castle will re-open on Thursday, Sept. 29.