Art, royal history and architecture
- Expert tour
- Free museums
On the day
Visitor Notice: On Thursday 26 September the ground floor of the Queen's House will be closing to the public at 3pm. The rest of the house, including the iconic Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I, will be open as usual.
Visitor Notice: On Saturday 14, Sunday 15, Tuesday 17 and Saturday 21 September certain areas of the Queen's House will be closed to the public for a private event. The rest of the house, including the iconic Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I, will be open as usual.
Come on a guided tour and discover the art, architecture and royal history that make the Queen's House an unmissable royal attraction.
The tour will:
Commissioned by Anne of Denmark, the wife of James I, and built between 1616 and 1638, the Queen's House was the first building in Britain built in the classical style as well as the only part of the royal palace complex at Greenwich still standing. The house was recently restored in time for its 400th anniversary with the addition of a major commission by the Turner Prize- winning artist Richard Wright.
Tours subject to staff availability.