The Queen's Gallery

The Queen’s Gallery is housed within Buckingham Palace and showcases the extensive royal collection of over 9,000 works of art displayed in the royal palaces or kept in store.

The original gallery was constructed out of the ruins of Queen Victoria's former private chapel on the west front of Buckingham Palace which was destroyed in an air raid in 1940. At the suggestion of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh it was redeveloped as a gallery and was opened to the public on 25 July 1962.

Refurbished and re-opened in 2002 as one of the key events of the Golden Jubilee, the gallery now boasts three-and-a-half times more display space and features changing exhibitions of art from the Royal Collection.

Opening Hours
Open daily from 10am until 5.30pm.

The Queen's Gallery
Buckingham Palace Road

Location Map

+44 (0)20 7766 7301

Getting There
The gallery is located on the southwest corner of Buckingham Palace.

Nearest Tube / Rail Station

Bus Routes
7, 11, 211, 139, C1, C10

The Queen's Gallery is fully accessible to disabled visitors. Wheelchair users are asked to book in advance.