The Queen’s House

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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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