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The King's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse

The Style & Society exhibition at The King's Gallery, Edinburgh

The Queen’s Gallery has now become The King’s Gallery.

See changing exhibitions from the Royal Collection, featuring old master paintings, rare furniture, decorative arts and images from the vast photograph collection.

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Current exhibition

Until 22 September

Style & Society: Dressing the Georgians

Explore the revolutionary life and style of the Georgians, from the practical dress of laundry maids to the glittering gowns worn at court.

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Exhibition Highlights

    What's on

    Explore Edinburgh's royal palace

    Explore the magnificent Palace of Holyroodhouse next to The King's Gallery.

    Discover Mary, Queen of Scots' historic chambers and where Bonnie Prince Charlie held a magnificent Ball.

    Discover more

    Shopping and eating

    The Gallery shop

    Our shop offers a wide range of exclusive gifts inspired by the royal palaces and the works of art in the Royal Collection.

    Café at the Palace

    The Café at the Palace offers simple, home-made dishes from fresh, locally-sourced produce.

    Schools

    Bring the curriculum to life with a visit to The King's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse. We offer a range of interactive workshops, tours, learning activities and resources for nursery, primary and secondary pupils. Our school visit information will help teachers and organisers plan their visit.

    Groups

    Group prices

    We offer a groups discount for bookings of 15 people or more.

    Group bookings

    It is essential to pre-book your group visit. Buy your tickets online or over the telephone.

    Coach parking

    Free coach parking is available next to the Palace of Holyroodhouse and is accessible via Abbeyhill.

    Guiding

    Visitors can enjoy a free multimedia tour. Guiding isn't allowed in The Gallery.

    Access and mobility

    The King's Gallery is accessible. Concessionary rates are available if you have a disability and we offer a free access companion ticket which can be booked online.

    Accessible toilets are located in the Café at the Palace, which can be visited without a ticket. There is limited bench seating around the Gallery.

    Registered assistance dogs are welcome.

    A number of Wardens are Dementia Friends, please ask staff for any assistance.

    The Gallery comprises an entry staircase/lift on the ground floor and an open-plan exhibition space on the first floor. You may wish to download a photo journey (PDF) to help you plan your visit.

    General information on visiting is available on our Practical Information page.

    For detailed access information, please select one of the options below. For any other information, you can contact the Specialist Sales team on +44 (0)303 123 7324 or by emailing [email protected].

    About the Gallery

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    Style & Society: Dressing the Georgians

    22 Mar 2024 - 22 Sept 2024
    This exciting exhibition explores what the Georgians wore, from the practical dress of laundry maids to the glittering gowns worn at court. Discover what fashion can tell us about life in the 18th century and get up close to magnificent paintings, sparkling jewellery, and a range of accessories from snuff boxes to swords.
    Adult
    £10.00
    Young Person (18-24)
    £6.50
    Child (5-17)
    £5.00
    Disabled
    £5.00
    Access companion
    Free
    Under 5
    Free
    People on Universal Credit & other named benefits
    £1.00
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    Nearby

    Edinburgh
    Palace of Holyroodhouse

    Open daily


    The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.