The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a permanent space dedicated to changing exhibitions from the Royal Collection – an astonishing and wide-ranging collection of paintings, sculpture and other works of art as well as a glittering array of priceless treasure held in trust for the Nation by Her Majesty The Queen.
Originally created over 40 years ago on the west front of Buckingham Palace, The Queen’s Gallery London was built out of the bomb-damaged ruins of a former private chapel.
Directions, Access and Additional Information
By train: London Victoria (National Rail Enquiries Service 08457 484950 (UK)).
By Underground: Victoria, Green Park and Hyde Park Corner. See Transport for London for more details and to plan your journey.
By bus: Numbers 11, 211, C1 and C10 stop on Buckingham Palace Road.
By road: The Queen’s Gallery is within the London Congestion Charge zone. Please see www.cclondon.com for further details.
By coach: Victoria Coach Station is a ten-minute walk from the Palace.
The Queen’s Gallery is fully accessible and we welcome visitors with different access requirements. Concessionary rates are available for visitors with disabilities and an accompanying companion is admitted free of charge.
There are 17 steps leading to the exhibition level. The Queen’s Gallery shop is at split levels, with three steps between levels. A ramp is available on the left-hand side of the shop.
A lift, with voice announcer, provides access to the main exhibition and measures 145cm in depth by 82cm in width.
Large print texts are available from the audio issue desk.
Assistance dogs are welcome and water is available on request.
Accessible lavatories are located on the ground floor of the Gallery.