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The Queen's Gallery, Edinburgh
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The Queen's Gallery is an art gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland. It forms part of the Palace of Holyroodhouse complex. It was opened in 2002 by Queen Elizabeth II, and exhibits works from the Royal Collection. It is open to the public daily.This Victorian building was originally built as Holyrood Free Church (a congregation of the Free Church of Scotland, then from 1900 United Free Church of Scotland), but was last used for worship in 1915. Prior to its conversion to become the Queen's Gallery the building was used as a storeroom.
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  • We re-visited the gallery to see the garden-themed exhibition. No doubt some folk had spent time and effort curating and displaying the different works. Some were fabulous whilst a few left us a wee b...  more »
  • Current exhibition from the Royal Collection. A collection of paintings and ceramics in this contemporary gallery. This can be stand alone or combined with a visit to the Palace of Holyrood. 
  • My friend saw a fantastic exhibitions of painting then had lunch at the restaurant in the courtyard. This was my first time eating there and it will not be my last. We sat out in the courtyard in the ...  more »
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  • Saw a da Vinci exhibition here. Overpriced and all items were vandalised by the queen's official stamp.
  • nice place... opposite to parliament.
  • It's basically a gift shop for royalists
  • Beautiful little gallery
  • High price and a bit dull