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.
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
LIKED ALL; EXCEPT SLEEP STATE IN OXYMORON. I DID NOT FEEL THE ROYAL PRESENCE AS IN TELEVISION BUT THE TOUR WAS NORMAL IN FORMAL. I ENJOYED PAARTIALLY THE PHOTOS I TOOK AAT THE BACK GARDENS. I LIKED THE THREE OOO AT THE WALLS. I BOUGHT SOME NICE PRESENTS. IT WAS NORMAAL AND FRIENDLY.I NEED THAT NOW - YOU SEE?
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
The palace is another to-do when visiting London. If you're going to see the changing of the guard, I'd advise to get there early. While there, you can visit the Royal Mews (where the Royal carriages are held), the Queens Gallery (an art collection) and the Guards Museum. Actually next to the Guards Museum is the courtyard where the changing of the guards begins (the guardsmen lineup there). Unfortunately the palace wasn't open when I visited - its only available for tours in the summer. But anytime during the year, its worth the visit.
this was the best place on earth! i love london. i want to live there. WAHOO. the experience was overwelming. the architecture was beautiful and it gave you a real perspective on londons past with out actually being there
i loved seeing the changing of the guards. its a cheap way to see what attractions london has.. i didnt go inside because it was in june. i wish theyd open it during the whole summer! I would definitely go back
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The changing of the guard is common in most European capitals, but nowhere is it more famous than in London.
The new guard leaves Wellington Barracks a few minutes before the change and marches down Birdcage Walk to Buckingham ...
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