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Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace

Cardplayers sat around a card table

The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

  • Next event: Friday, 4 Dec 2020
    Every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday (Friday, 4 Dec 2020 - Monday, 31 Jan 2022)
  • Adult £16.00
    Over 60 £14.50
    Under 17 / Disabled £8.00
    Student £12.00
    Under 5 Free
    Family £40.0

    If you are a disabled visitor we offer a free access companion ticket. To book please telephone +44 (0)303 123 7324 or e-mail [email protected]
  • Tickets for 2021 will go on sale in November 2020
  • Adults, Groups (15+ people)
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The exhibition brings together some of the most important paintings in the Royal Collection from the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace. Usually on public view during the annual Summer Opening of the Palace, the paintings will be shown in The Queen’s Gallery while Reservicing works are carried out to protect the historic building for future generations. The Picture Gallery was originally designed by the architect John Nash for George IV to display his collection of Dutch, Flemish and Italian Old Master paintings. Artists represented in the exhibition include Titian, Guercino, Guido Reni, Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Rubens, Jan Steen, Claude and Canaletto.

All events at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace will be managed in line with COVID-secure procedures. Please see our Welcome Back page for more information.

Exhibition highlights

Johannes Vermeer (Delft 1632-Delft 1675)

Lady at the Virginals with a Gentleman

Lorenzo Lotto (Venice c. 1480-Loreto 1556)

Andrea Odoni

Claude Lorrain (1604/5-82)

Harbour Scene at Sunset

Map & directions

The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1AA
By train

London Victoria.  Visit National Rail Enquiries for times and fares.

By underground

Victoria, Green Park, St. James's Park and Hyde Park Corner.  For further information visit the Transport for London website.

By coach / bus

Bus numbers 11, 211, C1 and C10 stop on Buckingham Palace Road.  Victoria Coach Station is a 10-minute walk from the Palace.  For further information visit the Transport for London website.