The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace

The original Queen’s Gallery opened in 1962 on the site of one of Buckingham Palace’s three identical pavilions in the form of Ionic temples, designed by John Nash and constructed in 1831.

Her Majesty The Queen hosts a diverse programme of exhibitions and events drawing on the treasures from the Royal Collection of Art & treasures, which are vast.

We will open the Gallery for small group of guests in the evening. You will get to enjoy an interesting talk by one of the curators as they bring the works to life for you.

The evening ends with a glass of wine as you enjoy the masterpieces.

This bespoke event is suitable for groups of 15  guests and above. To take advantage of this exclusive event, call now on 01442 768110 to check availability for the next tour date.

Fun Fact: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, the future King, met his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge when they both started a degree in Art History at St Andrews university.