Visit the Queen’s House in Greenwich, London. Home to an internationally renowned art collection, Inigo Jones’ architectural masterpiece is the first Classical building in the UK. Free entry. The Queen’s House in Greenwich is one of the most interesting buildings in the country. It is important architecturally, and it is famous for its former occupants and its art collection. The Queen’s House is famous today for its extraordinary art collection including works by Great Masters such as Gainsborough, Reynolds, Turner and Hogarth. Its connection with artists goes all the way back to 1673, when two Dutch maritime painters the van de Veldes were given studio space by Charles II.
The Queen’s House even has its own ghost – if legend is to be believed!
Find us at...
- Queen's House
- Romney Road
- SE10 9NF
Our family-friendly offer
Royal Museums Greenwich welcomes visitors of all ages, and offers plenty of activities and events for children, many of them free. Our cafés also welcome children and families, with most offering special menus for our youngest guests. There are toilets and baby-change facilities at all of our sites.
Wheelchair accessible. Toilets, baby-change facilities and an accessible toilet are located in the undercroft at the base of the Tulip staircase. For level access please use the entrance to the house at the base of the external horseshoe stairs. Read more at https://www.rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/facilities-access#vLooQvgZo51tCrlw.99