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The Queen's Gallery

The Queen's Gallery, set in the grounds of Buckingham Palace and accessible through a gate in the wall of Buckingham Palace Road, is home to the The Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important art collections in the world, and one of the last great European royal collections to remain intact. Comprising almost all aspects of the fine and decorative arts and running to more than a million objects, the Collection is a unique and valuable record of the personal tastes of Kings and Queens over the past 500 years.

Buckingham Palace Road
SW1A 1AA
Tel: 020 7766 7301
Opening Times: Mon-Sun 9:30am-5:30pm Closed between 7-31 Oct 13 and 25-26 Dec 13
Entry Charges: Admission Free

What's On

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    Royal Gifts

    Commences: Saturday 5th August 2017
    Until Sunday 24th September 2017

    Royal Gifts, the special exhibition at the Summer Opening of the Palace in 2017, will tell the story of The Queen’s reign through a wide-ranging display of official gifts presented to Her Majesty during the past 65 years. With gifts representing every continent, including those from world leaders such as former US President Ronald Reagan, former South African President Nelson Mandela and President Xi Jinping of the People’s Republic of China, the exhibition will present a spectacular display of craftsmanship from across the globe.

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    £46.00d 2
    • 2 x Adult: £23.00 each
    • 0 x Child: £13.00 each
    • 0 x OAP: £21.00 each
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    Canaletto & the Art of Venice

    Until Sunday 12th November 2017

    The Royal Collection contains the world's finest group of paintings, drawings and prints by Venice's most famous view-painter, Canaletto (1697-1768). These works were bought by the young George III in 1762 from Canaletto's agent and dealer Joseph Smith, British Consul in Venice, along with the rest of Smith's huge collection...

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    £22.00d 2
    • 2 x Adult: £11.00 each
    • 0 x Child: £5.50 each
    • 0 x OAP: £10.00 each
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    Charles II: Art & Power

    Commences: Friday 8th December 2017
    Until Sunday 13th May 2018

    After over a decade of austere Cromwellian rule, the restoration of the monarchy in 1660 led to a resurgence of the arts in England.  The court of Charles II became the centre for the patronage of leading artists and the collecting of great works of art, which served not only as decoration for the royal apartments but also as a means of glorifying the restored monarchy and reinforcing the position of Charles II as the rightful king. 

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    £22.00d 2
    • 2 x Adult: £11.00 each
    • 0 x Child: £5.50 each
    • 0 x OAP: £10.00 each
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