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A closer look: displaying The Queen's jewels at Buckingham Palace

Queen Mary's Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara
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Map & directions

Entrance to the State Rooms is via gate C on Buckingham Gate, London, SW1A 1AA
By car

There is no general visitor car parking at Buckingham Palace.

For disabled visitors, if you have booked the step-free access route of the Palace, you can also book accessible parking if required. The access route and parking must be pre-booked by contacting the Specialist Sales team on +44 (0)303 123 7324 or [email protected].

By train

The nearest train stations are London Victoria (10 minute walk) or London Charing Cross (20 minute walk).  

Visit National Rail Enquiries for times and fares.

By underground

The nearest tube stations are Victoria, Green Park, St. James's Park and Hyde Park Corner (all approximately 10 minutes walk).  

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.

You can plan your journey using the Transport for London website.

  • Buckingham Palace
    Please go to Gate B where you will be met by a member of staff.
  • Thursday, 1 Sep 2022
  • 14:00 – 19:00
  • Adults £80.00
  • Booking essential. Ticket includes a visit to the special display 'Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Accession'.

Join Caroline de Guitaut, Deputy Surveyor of The Queen's Works of Art, for a closer look at the special display Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Accession. Discover more about the beautiful pieces of jewellery and the remarkable portraits taken by Dorothy Wilding - the first female photographer to receive a Royal Warrant - who defined the enduring image of the new Queen. The afternoon concludes with an expert-led private visit to the special display.

Related exhibition
Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Accession

A display at Buckingham Palace celebrating The Queen's Accession in 1952

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