Tickets for The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace
Visit The Queen's Gallery and treat yourself to some royally approved artwork
- Visit The Queen’s Gallery, opened by Her Majesty The Queen in May 2002 as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations
- Soak up the royal English splendor and enjoy an audio tour of the Gallery's current exhibition, including special insights and commentary from Royal Collection Trust experts
- See some of the world's finest paintings, drawings and decorative arts, from the Royal Collection
Step through the pillared portico and right into The Queen’s Gallery. This public art gallery is part of Buckingham Palace and thus a pretty special place to view some (royally approved) artwork! Right now you can see a spectacular selection of 18th-century Venetian art by one of Venice's most famous painters in the current exhibition: Canaletto & the Art of Venice (until 12 November 2017).
The Royal Collection is home to the world's finest group of paintings, drawings, and prints by Canaletto (1697-1768). This exhibition presents a spectacular selection of 18th century Venetian art, with Canaletto’s greatest works shown alongside paintings and drawings by his contemporaries.
From 8 December 2017, the next exhibition: Charles II: Art & Power will contain John Michael Wright's monumental portrait of Charles II in his coronation robes and a glittering silver-gilt plate which adorned the high-altar of Westminster Abbey during the King's coronation, to old master paintings, tapestries and spectacular silver-gilt furniture, the exhibition shows the rich material world of Charles II's court and the role of the arts in the re-establishment of the Stuart monarchy.
Don't forget your free multimedia guide for special insights and commentary from Royal Collection Trust experts!
- Entrance to the museum
- Multimedia guide in English
- Entrance to other parts of Buckingham Palace
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
- Metro: Victoria, Green Park, or Hyde Park Corner stations + about 500m walking
- Bus: Lines 11, 211, C1 or C10 to Buckingham Palace Road + about 500m walking
- Coach: Victoria Coach Station + about 500m walking
- Train: Victoria Station + about 500m walking