10.00-17.00. Last admission 16.30.
The house is currently closed for renovation and will re-open to celebrate its 400th anniversary in October 2016.
Travel Trade Overview
The Queen’s House relaunches this October after over a year of extensive refurbishment, and celebrates its 400th anniversary with a major new art display.
Built as a ‘house of delight’ for James I’s queen, Anne of Denmark, this royal villa was designed by Inigo Jones in 1616. It is Britain’s first classical building.
The House will showcase over 450 works of art by such masters as Van Dyck and Reynolds, as well as the iconic ‘Armada Portrait’ of Queen Elizabeth I, on permanent public display for the first time after a successful appeal to acquire it for the nation.
On the ceiling of the Great Hall is a spectacular new work in gold leaf, by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright.
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Queen's House Greenwich Prices:
|Adult Ticket:||Free (USD0.00)|
Group Pricing Information
The Queen’s House is free to visit with the exception of the highly recommended guided tours. A voluntary donation to help support the upkeep and public access to this fine national treasure is invited.
Guided tours: £130 +VAT
Queen's House Greenwich Facilities:
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Queen's House Greenwich Location Map
Directions to Queen's House Greenwich
Rail – Greenwich (zone 2)
DLR – Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich
By boat – from most Central London piers