Queen's House

Commissioned by King James I in 1616, the magnificent Queen’s House was originally a gift for his Queen, Anne of Denmark, but remained unfinished at the time of her death, completed instead by King Charles I in 1638. Designed in an innovative Palladian style by architect Inigo Jones, the grand garden villa remains one of the principal landmarks of Greenwich, now standing proud at the entrance to the vast Greenwich Park.

The Queen’s House is now owned by the National Maritime Museum and houses part of the museum’s art collection as well as an impressive array of Royal portraits. The lavish interiors are also open to the public, including highlights like the ‘Tulip Staircase’, the Great Hall, with its striking black and white marble floor, and a range of 17th-century furnishings.
Location
Adress: Romney Rd, London, England
Läs mer

Rundturer och aktiviteter (4)

Close
icon-filterFilter
Rensa allt
Sortera efter:Standard



Phone
Har du problem med att boka online?
+46 8 446 822 37
Ring +46 8 446 822 37