The Queen's House is open daily, 10.00–17.00.
Last admission 16.30
Marathon: All three sites open late on the day of the London Marathon.
The Queen's House – admission free
The 17th-century Queen’s House represents a turning point in English architecture. It was originally the home of Charles I's queen, Henrietta Maria. It now showcases the Museum's outstanding fine-art collection and provides a unique and beautiful venue for weddings, corporate and private events.
Painted ceiling conservation
Essential conservation treatment has begun on the painted ceiling in the Queen's Bedchamber, expected to take until about early October. During this time the ceiling will not be viewable, but visitors will still be able to walk through the room. There will be text panels explaining the conservation treatment and a short film of the conservators.