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Situated in Buckingham Palace, home to the British monarchy, The Queen's Gallery is a public art gallery exhibiting works of art from the Royal Collection. The works are those owned by the Queen 'in trust for the nation' and are frequently rotated, with roughly 450 works on display at any given time. The collection is one of the largest in the world and one of the last European royal collections to remain intact. With more than one million objects, the collections comprise of all aspects of the fine and decorative arts.
The gallery was first opened in 1962, located in the west front of the Palace, on the site of a chapel that was bombed during the Second World War. Since opening, the gallery has received over five million visitors and has extended, adding several new rooms and tripling in size. Exhibitions change often and learning resources are available. With the aim to inspire audiences into engaging, enjoying and learning about the Royal Collection and Official Residences of The Queen, learning programmes are obtainable online and on-site. These include resources for school teachers, pupils, families and adult learners.
Monday - Sunday: 10am - 5.30pm
The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, Green-Park, SW1A 1AAView Larger Map
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