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We visited during the day in the summer and found it quite difficult to see some of the more famous pieces, so it's probably best visited early in the morning.
I visited on a whim and didn't realise how much I'd enjoy the gallery. I spent ages looking at the Georgian and Regency-era clothing exhibits, definitely worth visiting.
The Queen’s Gallery is in the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace. And they’re mega-posh anyway, so you can imagine that any art wheeled in and hung up has to be r-e-a-l-l-y special to stand out.
And you won’t be disappointed. Cracking paintings include Canaletto’s The Grand Canal, Venice, Rembrandt’s Agatha Bas, and Turner’s The Fighting Temeraire. If old paintings don’t float your boat, they sometimes roll out new(er) stuff by artists like David Hockney and Pablo Picasso, as well as clothes, fabrics, and furniture from different eras - check it all out by booking The Queen's Gallery tickets.
Oh, there’s also some ‘unusual’ art here: like George IV’s collection of erotic Japanese ‘Shunga’ prints.
Exhibitions change throughout the year, so it’s worth checking what’s on display but whenever you go, you’re in for a real treat.
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Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.
The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace is an attraction based in London. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Historical Attractions .Quick Links: View Photos Read Tips Terms & Conditions
Ticket prices vary based on time and date of your visit, at daysout.com The Queen's Gallery tickets start from £17 for a standard adult ticket.
The Queen's Gallery is located right next to Buckingham Palace.
We recommend around 1 and a half hours to go around the gallery, however you are welcome to take as long as you'd like!
The nearest Tube station to the Queen’s Gallery is Victoria (Circle and District and Victoria lines), which is a six-minute walk away. Green Park (Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines) and Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly line) are 12 minutes away.
Yes! The Queen's Gallery is accessible. Accessible facilities and services available include:
Registered assistance dogs are welcome
A number of Wardens are Dementia Friends, please ask staff for any assistance
There is no café or parking on-site, but both are available nearby.
Accessible toilets & changing spaces (unavailable until the end of May 2023 an accessible toilet or Changing Space is available at the Royal Mews, a short distance away from The Gallery.)
For more accessibility information call the Specialist Sales team on +44 (0)303 123 7324 or by emailing [email protected]
No eating and drinking is permitted inside The Queen's Gallery, except for bottled water. You'll be asked to put food and drinks into closed bags before entering the Gallery.
Food and drink aren't available for purchase at the Gallery, but there are many cafés and restaurants around the local area.
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