The Queen's Art Gallery is a Royal Gallery in Buckingham Palace. It's very large. It's mainly composed of palace paintings by the British royal families of past dynasties. It's mainly composed of character scenes. There are also some exhibitions of palace art. The collection is very rich. It's worth visiting.
A queen's greenhouse for flower cultivation, the English gardening is wonderful! So nature is excellent.
The Queen's Gallery near Buckingham Palace is relatively small and has few exhibits. It can be visited free of charge with London pass. Gift shops around the Royal Family are also on the ground floor (no tickets are required). It's good to have the emperor as a mascot when he's thrown off the stage. The commemorative editions of mugs, guard clothes and even the Queen's Corky dogs became souvenirs for the British Empire.
In the Queen's Art Court, the Queen gives part of her collection to the public for free, and audio guides are also free, charging at least three pounds in most places. Photographs can be taken, but flash is not allowed, and free cloakrooms with coats are available.
for a rare chance to say you have been inside Buckingham Palace grounds, visit the Queen's Galleries - full of artwork, sculptures and antiques, its a small peak inside the monarchy - very interesting. Be sure to check the timetable as it isn't open all year round.