Princess Diana 1961-1997 At Althorp, the Spencer Family Estate. Her final resting place is said to be on an island in the center of a lake called Round Oval. No visitors are allowed on the island itself.
Princess Diana's grave at Althorp House. The Spencer ancestral home can be visited for tours and is now owned by Princess Diana's brother Charles. Her grave is on an island in the middle of a pond on the estate.
Princess Diana was buried at the Spencer-family estate, Althorp, in North Hampshire in 1997. Her remains reside on an oval island populated with four black swans. Once a year, between July and early September, people are granted the opportunity to visit her grave although no one is allowed to set foot on the island, the path to the island’s entry is lined with 36 birch trees, one for every year of her life.