A pantheon of art and rare, exquisite objects acquired by kings and queens over the centuries, this former chapel located at the south side of Buckingham Palace is home to some of the most impressive collections ever amassed. Although technically Her Majesty herself is not the actual owner of this collection, she has graciously accepted the privilege of holding these works for the nation. Visitors will step through an elegantly designed portico into a spacious and splendid gallery whose walls are hung with some truly spectacular works. Make sure to pick up an audio guide to help walk you through all the loot.
Built in 1756 for John, First Earl Spencer, Spencer House is one the few private palaces to emerge... Read more