Tickets for The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace.
- Access to the Museum
- Multimedia guide in English
The Queen’s Gallery was opened by HM The Queen in May 2002 as part of the celebrations of her Golden Jubilee. The gallery has old master paintings along with rare furniture and various tapestries on show. The collection also includes photos from various collections. There is also a marvellous collection of wonderful silver-gilt furniture on show. The gallery is part of the Buckingham Palace estate, so it’s a special place to visit.
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Interesting Facts About The Queen’s Gallery
- They held a competition in 1997 to appoint an architect to help expand the Gallery ahead of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and it was an architect called John Simpson & Partners that won!
- The Nash Gallery which originally formed a major part of the gallery in the 1960’s was rebuilt entirely.
- When it was constructed in the 1960’s it was built in an old chapel that had been bombed during an air raid in 1940.
- The expansion cost £20,000,000 and was funded through the Royal Collection Trust and public admission to various official royal residences.