Russia: Royalty & The Romanovs

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Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Gate Road, London
Tel:
0207 766 7300

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
9th November 2018 to 28th April 2019
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
Tickets & Cost:
Adults £12. Children (under-17) £6
See royalcollection.org.uk

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The British and Russian Royal families were once tightly entwined through war, alliance and dynastic marriage, and the gallery's Royalty & The Romanovs exhibition will explore some of the historic events and family meetings from Peter the Great's visit to London in 1698 right up to Nicholas II, who was forced to abdicate during the Russian Revolution.

The exhibition will include archival documents, portraits, photographs, sculptures, and even a few miniature masterpieces by Faberge. Some of the works on show were intended as grand diplomatic gifts, whilst others were intimate personal mementos between our Royals and the Romanovs.

 

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