The Queen’s House

Queen's House Closure

Visitor Notice: On Monday 21 and Wednesday 23 October, the Great Hall, the Undercroft, and the South Side of the Queen's House will be closed to the public. On Tuesday 22 October, the entire house will be closed to visitors.

The first consciously classical building in Britain, the Queen’s House remains one of the greatest examples of classical elegance and simplicity and makes a perfect setting for period productions and photo shoots.

Features of particular interest include the graceful Tulip Stairs, the first centrally-unsupported spiral staircase in England, and the Great Hall – a perfect geometric cube with a finely-laid marble floor. 

With superb, unspoilt views of Greenwich Park, the Thames and the Old Royal Naval College, the Queen’s House is the ideal choice for those wishing to add a little majesty to a production.

Purpose: Royal villa

Built: 1616–1619

Period: Classical Palladian

Architect: Inigo Jones

Pricing and enquiries

Please get in touch with us to discuss your request and receive an initial quote: email events@rmg.co.uk or ring the events team on +44 (0)20 8312 8517.

Main Contact: Sophie Linin

slinin@rmg.co.uk | 020 8312 6579

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Important information

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