London PassFree entry to the Queen’s Gallery If you buy a London Pass then you’ll be entitled to free entry at the Queen’s Gallery, plus another 80 tourist attractions, galleries and museums
This special Easter event is suitable for children of all ages, and is a great way to tempt your kids inside an art gallery over the holidays.
The Queen's Gallery will be putting on a special Easter Egg challenge in and around their Russia exhibition, and inviting everyone to create a decorated Easter egg covered in sequins. How will your egg compare to the magnificent jewels created by Faberge?
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 run out of room to show them in her palaces -- 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 peri… continued”
Sorolla — Spanish Master of Light – 18 Mar to 7 Jul 2019 – The National Gallery will be putting on a rare exhibition of sixty works by the Spanish Impressionist painter Joaquin Sorolla
Van Gogh and Britain – 27 Mar to 11 Aug 2019 – The 40 paintings in this important exhibition will represent the largest collection of paintings by Vincent Van Gogh in the UK for 10 years.
Sean Scully — Sea Star – 13 Apr to 11 Aug 2019 – Sean Scully's new work on display at the National Gallery was inspired by JMW Turner's atmospheric painting The Evening Star.
If you enjoy Queen’s Gallery then you might like to visit Buckingham Palace (you can walk it in less than 2 mins), Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace (catch the train from St James’s Park to Kensington Palace), Royal Mews (you can walk it in less than 3 mins) and Windsor Castle
Disclaimer: Event details can change at short notice and you should reconfirm everything before making plans