Queen’s Gallery

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Queen’s Gallery map
Address:
Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Gate Road SW1A 1AA
Tel:
0207 766 7300
Web:
rct.uk

Opening times and price

Opening hours:
10 AM to 5.30 PM (Mon-Sun, Oct to mid-Jul); 9.30 AM to 5.30 PM (Mon-Sun, mid-Jul to Sep); Last entry 1¼ hours before closing
Ticket cost:
Adults £12.00; Children £6.00 (5-16); Infants free entry (under-5); Family ticket £30.00
Visiting hours and entry charges are subject to change
Time required:
A typical visit to Queen’s Gallery lasts 45-60 mins (approx)

Getting to Queen’s Gallery

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The closest train station to Queen’s Gallery is St Jamess Park
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Craig’s London blog> Read Craig’s review of the Queen’s Gallery  Check out my London blog for a full review, with more photos

Good for kids? Value for money? Worth a visit?

The Queen’s Gallery is No.10 in our Top 10 list of art galleries.

The Queen’s Gallery is part of the west wing of Buckingham Palace, and displays the pick of the Royal Family’s art collection.

It includes works by De Vinci and Canaletto, as well as fine chinas, porcelains and Fabergé eggs.

History of the Queen’s Gallery

The Queen’s art gallery started out as a chapel designed by John Nash in 1843. But the building that we see today is surprisingly modern, having been built as late as the 1960s.

It was redeveloped from the chapel’s bombed-out husk – the remains of which were caused during the Blitz.

 
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Events at Queen’s Gallery

Russia: Royalty & The Romanovs    to

Shadows of War -- Fenton's Photos of the Crimea    to

Fantastic Faberge — An Easter event for kids    to

If you enjoy this then try: Buckingham Palace (you can walk it in less than 2 mins); Hampton Court Palace; Kensington Palace (catch the tube from St James’s Park to Queensway); Royal Mews (you can walk it in less than 3 mins) and Windsor Castle.

Fantastic Faberge: An Easter event for kids Take your kids to the Queen's Gallery and see if they can decorate an Easter Egg to compare with the fantastic Faberge ones
Morag Keil: Moarg Kiel An exhibition of work by Scottish artist Morag Keil using found materials and everyday objects in a series of installations
Franz West at the Tate Modern This retrospective will showcase some large-scale works and sculptures by Franz West - one of the leading figures in European art
Roman Vishniac Rediscovered Roman Vishniac is best known for documenting the daily life of harrassed Jews living in Germany between the wars.
Rembrandt: Thinking On Paper An exhibition of 65 rarely seen Rembrandt prints and drawings to mark the 350th anniversary of the Dutch Master's death
The New Londoners: British Library An exhibition of photographs by Chris Steele-Perkins, who has captured families living in their London homes.
Craig’s review of Queen's Gallery The Queen certainly does have a lot of nice knick-knacks. She's got so many of them, in fact, that she's she's had to open up a whole extra art gallery next-door to Buckingham Palace. The first thing you need to know about the Queen's Gallery is that it has an annoying habit of selling you a timed ticket during busy periods. So if you're one of those meticulous people who plans out… continued
Craig’s review of National Portrait Gallery The National Portrait Gallery is probably my favourite gallery in London because it appeals to history lovers as well as art lovers. It's all about the sitters, not the painters. Admire the people, not the paintings. But that's not to say that the paintings aren't good, because they are -- they still have pieces by Hockney and Holbein, etc. -- but if they need a picture of a British… continued
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