Located in London's Buckingham Palace, Queen's Gallery is a place where you can view fine art from the Royal Collection ... More
Queen's Gallery Buckingham Palace
Located in London's Buckingham Palace, Queen's Gallery is a place where you can view fine art from the Royal Collection itself. The gallery exhibits pieces from renowned artists, such as Rubens and Vermeer, that have belonged to monarchs for centuries. Also, artifacts such as jewelry, furniture, and sculptures are on display. Those with a London Pass can be admitted for free.
it was good but not great. I went in january 08 so the guards were wearing gray uniforms and not red. I think the best time to go is during the summer. you also need to make enough time to go because it was our last day when I saw it so we were kinda of in a rush and not so patient to see the changing of the which is worth seeing
Buckingham Palace was very interesting. I was there in September and able to tour the palace. I understand the Queen does not like staying there at all. While it was interesting to see all the old english furniture and picture and things, I can understand why she does not like living there. Very stiff but certainly worth the visit. Very well orgainized also with the flow of people. The only drawback was..after leaving the palace we never thought we would get back to the street. A very, very long walk through the grounds.
Too many persons in front of the palace and i think that you could find a person of nationality from Europe among them.
The architecture was great and the queen was at home, but it was pity the guards didn't change that day
well i went to london for 3 days and it was amazin the sights and everything and i went to buckingham palce and it was the beautifulist thing there was i didnt go in it cz we wont was allowed :( but it was amazing and i reli hopei get to go in it 1nc in ma life !!! and did u no it has a cinema swimming pool and 600 ROOMS :o lol it was ace go and c it XxXxXxXlolliXxXxXxXx
the art, history and feeling you get from this important place make it one of the greatest places in the world
excellent attractions and plenty to see, to include...gardens, paintings, sculptures, architecture and stories
gift shop is great and the are around the palace is one of the greatest metro areas in the world
We happened to be in London at the right time, and my daughter and I thought we should see this.... just to see it. But, it was absolutely awesome. There is no way anyone could convey how beautiful this place is.... huge masterpieces by famous artists like Rembrandt adorn the walls. The furniture is magnificent. The tour was much longer than I expected, and we saw many, many rooms! I was expecting to be shown through a few rooms and then politely ushered out to make room for the next tour. Afterwards, we were allowed to wander for about a mile through the grounds on a path which eventually led back to a main street. Highly recommended tour.... a lot to see for the small price you pay !!
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