- 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 splendour 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
Russia, Royalty & the Romanovs presents a fascinating exhibition of portraits, sculpture, photographs, archival documents, and miniature masterpieces by Fabergé, that trace the historic events and family meetings between the rulers of Russia and Britain. Showcasing unique works of art that were commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, as well as intimate personal mementos between the British royal family and the Romanovs, the exhibition offers a glimpse into the historic ties and strains between the two nations that help illuminate understandings of their current political relationship.
Roger Fenton's Photographs of the Crimea focuses on Roger Fenton's pioneering 1855 photographs of the Crimean War. Arriving several months after the major battles were fought in 1854, Fenton focused on creating moving portraits of the troops, as well as capturing the stark, empty battlefields on which so many lives were lost. Through his often subtle and poetic interpretations, Fenton created the genre of war photography, showing his extraordinary genius in capturing the futility of war.
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, plus changing exhibitions.
It wouldn't be a trip to London without delving into some of its royal past and present! Here at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, you'll see changing exhibitions from the Royal Collection, and more gorgeous, gilded treasures than you can count.
See old master paintings, rare furniture, rich tapestries, decorative arts and amazing photographic images from a huge collection. There's also a spectacular assembly of silver-gilt furniture, which would have sparkled throughout the Stuart court.
Don't forget your free multimedia guide for special insights and commentary from Royal Collection Trust experts!
- Access to the museum
- Multimedia guide in English
- Access to other parts of Buckingham Palace
- Please note that your smartphone voucher must be exchanged for paper tickets upon arrival
- You'll be required to go through an airport-style security check
- In order to speed this process up and reduce queuing times, please carry as few bags and items with you as possible
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Informative and very professional