The Queen’s Dolls’ House at Windsor Castle is the largest, most beautiful and most famous dolls’ house in the world. In this charming new publication, the well-known broadcaster and architectural historian Lucinda Lambton guides the reader on an imaginative tour of this most magical of residences – a perfect replica in miniature of an aristocratic home. ... Read more about New Publication - The Queen's Dolls' House
The Royal Collection offers a host of original gift ideas for family and friends this Christmas. With a wide range of unique items to choose from, you will be sure to find that extra-special present with a royal touch.
The Royal Portrait: Image and Impact
By Jennifer Scott
Portraits have played a central role in shaping the image of Monarchy. They have helped legitimise claims to the throne, reinforced dynastic ambitions, cemented political alliances, accompanied proposals of marriage, and even offered a glimpse into the private life of the royal family. ... Read more about New Publication - The Royal Portrait: Image and Impact
Special displays and activities at Windsor Castle take on a Victorian theme from 10 December 2010 until 5 January 2011. To celebrate the Christmas period, the table in the Castle’s magnificent State Dining Room will be dressed with pieces from the Minton ‘Victoria’ dessert service. ... Read more about A Victorian Christmas at Windsor Castle
Her Majesty The Queen has appointed Jemima Rellie to the new position of Director of Publishing and New Media at the Royal Collection. Ms Rellie joins the Royal Collection in May from the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, where she had been Assistant Director, Communications and Information Resources since 2007. In 2001 she was appointed Tate’s first Head of Digital Programmes. ... Read more about Appointment of Director of Publishing and New Media
A new book and an exhibition at Windsor Castle will celebrate the work of Marcus Adams, who devoted 50 years to photographing children – particularly royal children. The son of the photographer Walton Adams, Marcus Adams created a unique record of two generations of the royal children between 1926 and 1956. ... Read more about Marcus Adams: Royal Photographer