A collection of sketches that haven’t been seen for over 15 years are on display in an exhibition that looks at the movers and shakers of the Tudor court of King Henry VIII.
About The Queen's GalleryA public art gallery that displays some of the works from the Royal Collection, which is owned by the Monarch on behalf of the nation.
There is usually a change of displays every six months, with each fresh exhibition themed around a specific topic.
Unlike many art galleries, this one only ever displays items owned by the Monarch and never includes outside items.
The Queen's Gallery,
- Adult: £19
- Young Person (18-24): £12
- Child (5-17): £9.50
- Disabled: £9.50
- Under 5: Free
Note - if you select Gift Aid as a UK taxpayer, you can have unlimited visits for a year if you print your ticket before visiting.
National Art Pass holders receive 40% discount on admission to Holbein at the Tudor Court and 10% discount in The Queen's Gallery shop.
Prices last checked November 2023Link to The Queen's Gallery's website
The gallery is open Thur-Mon (closed Tues & Wed) from 10am to 5:30pm.
The last admission is 4:15pm.
The Queen's Gallery is part of a working royal palace so sometimes closures can happen at short notice - but will be listed on their website.
Opening hours last checked November 2023
The Queen's Gallery is fully accessible. Concessionary rates are available if you have a disability and a companion is admitted free of charge.
Accessible toilets and seating are available.
Registered assistance dogs are welcome.
Exhibitions open at the moment
This exhibition brings together over 100 works from Henry VIII’s court, including drawings, paintings and miniatures by Hans Holbein the Younger drawn from the Royal Collection, one of the most important surviving groups of the artist’s work.
10am to 5pm
Ends on Sat 13th April 2024
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to The Queen's Gallery
The nearest station is London Victoria station which is 0.3 miles away.