Queen's House

Queen's House closure

Visitor notice. On Wednesday 19 September The Great Hall, and some ground floor rooms will be closed from 12pm until 5pm. The rest of the Queen's House will remain open, including the iconic Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I.

Visit the Queen’s House in Greenwich, London. Home to an internationally renowned art collection, Inigo Jones’ architectural masterpiece is the first Classical building in the UK. Free entry.

Top reasons to visit

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Art through the ages

See great works by leading artists including Lowry, Turner and Canaletto as well as the iconic Armada Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I.

Curator highlights

 
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Image of Henry VIII

Discover royal Greenwich

Step inside this royal palace and uncover stories from England’s past, from Henry VIII and Elizabeth I to Charles I and beyond.

Royal history

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Take an expert tour

Discover the fascinating history and take in the iconic architecture of this 'House of delight' with our expert tour guides.

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Tickets and opening times

Free entry
Ticketed daily tours
Open daily from 10am - 5pm
Including Bank Holidays
Getting here
Romney Road, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF

This month's highlights

Discover architectural marvels, royal history and over 450 works of art by great British and European artists

Uncover the fascinating history of this 17th-century 'house of delight'

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Did you know

Henry VIII was born in Greenwich. It is said the park deer are descended from his hunting stock

More royal facts

Take home some royal splendour and beautiful art

Find your way

The Queen's House is a quick and easy journey from central London, by DLR, rail or boat

What our visitors say

The Queens house is one of the most impressive and interesting architectural pieces in Greenwich. You can get a perfect view of it from the top of the hill.
TravelReviewer1983, Trip Advisor
One of the must see London attractions and it's free! My favorite part of the whole visit to Queen's House has to be the Tulip Stairs.
Agnieszka K, Trip Advisor