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Queen's Gallery, London

Buckingham Palace Road
England SW1
Tel: 44 207 766 7301
Tube: Victoria, Green Park, or Hyde Park Corner
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Who has one of the most important and valuable art collections in the world? Yes, the Queen of England. Only a fraction of her pieces, which include paintings by Dürer, Rubens, and Van Dyck as well as works by Fabergé, can be displayed at any one time, but at least the $40 million expansion of HRH's Gallery in 2002 has managed to get more of the Royal Collection out to the plebs. There are also temporary exhibitions—and a secretly great shop for those ironic royal-themed gifts.

Open daily 10 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
The gallery will be closed through March 2007 as a new exhibit is installed.

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A tiny gem...

...and one that few people seem to know about. While the tourists are cramming into the National Gallery or the Tate, you can be quietly marveling at QEII's... more