Here at The Amazing Blog, we are patriotic to the Royal family and often imagine what lies beyond the golden gates! That is why we couldn’t miss the Buckingham Palace Summer Opening from the 23 July to 2 October 2016.
Every year you have the chance to discover an exclusive exhibition, and this year’s exhibition is dedicated to the Queen’s 90th Birthday, titled Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from the Queen's Wardrobe! You will have the opportunity to discover different outfits that she has worn during her life and that you may already have seen in official events. The exhibition will take place in the State Rooms of the palace where The Queen and Royal Family often manage royal business and affairs of state. For more information or to purchase your tickets for the exhibition and State Rooms, have a look here.
In addition to the State Rooms, you can also have access to The Royal Mews to admire the Royal Household Department and the different means of transport used by the Queen and her family in all of their official travels. From the Queen’s horses, Cleveland Bays to the famous Windsor Greys and the Gold State Coach you will have the chance to have a look at all of the treasures of Buckingham. Book your visit of The Royal Mews here for £9.30.
Finally, the next stop is The Queen’s Gallery, a space dedicated to exhibiting art collections and treasures from the Royal Collection. The current exhibition: Masters of the Everyday: Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer is about Dutch Artists of the 17th century and includes works from Gerrit Dou, Gabriel Metsu, Jan Steen and Pieter de Hooch, and Johannes Vermeer. Tickets are available here for £10.30 and visit all these rooms for £41.10.