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The King's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse

D/deaf or hard of hearing visitors at The King's Gallery

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

Induction loops

The ticket sales desks, shop till counters and the audio tour collection and return points are equipped with induction loops. Hearing aids should be switched to the T position. A complimentary audio tour is available in English. The audio tour handsets are T-coil compatible and equipped with volume control. Neck loops are also available on request. Visitors who require headphones are encouraged to bring their own where possible.

A printed D/deaf-friendly Plain English script is available to borrow from the multimedia desk - alternatively, it can be downloaded before a visit. Equipment is wiped down before use and cleaned on return.

Style & Society Plain English Script

Assistance animals

Assistance animals are welcome. We recommend that if possible animals wear a jacket or lead slip to identify them as working.

Staff reserve the right to ask visitors to remove their animal if it is deemed not to be behaving appropriately. Arrangements will then be made for the visitor to return without their animal. Please contact [email protected] for more information.



The shop is located opposite the Café and next to the entrance to The King’s Gallery. There are induction loops at all the till counters. There is a one-way route in operation through the shop  and capacity will be limited. There is a hand sanitiser station at the entrance point and the shop is operating cashless.

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.