Royal Collection Trust has launched on the social media platform, Facebook. Providing a new space for visitors and 'fans' to interact, the page will feature news on the opening of the official royal residences and updates about the latest exhibitions at The Queen's Galleries, in Edinburgh and London. ... Read more about Royal Collection Trust launches on social media
The 'behaviour book' of a 12-year-old Princess Victoria, the future Queen Victoria, is to go on display for the first time as part of the special exhibition Royal Childhood, at the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace. Written in Princess Victoria’s own hand, probably under the command of her German governess, Baroness Lehzen, the book records the Princess's daily conduct, ranging from ‘very good’ to ‘very very very very horribly naughty!!!!’. ... Read more about Childhood 'behaviour book' of the future Queen Victoria to go on display
The 2014 Commonwealth Games Baton Relay has visited the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen in Scotland.
Launched by The Queen at Buckingham Palace in October 2013, the 2014 Baton Relay will have visited 70 nations and territories and travelled 118,000 miles over 288 days, before its arrival in Glasgow for the opening ceremony of The Commonwealth Games in July. ... Read more about Commonwealth Games Baton Relay visits the Palace of Holyroodhouse
Since 1914 the iconic Round Tower of Windsor Castle has been home to the Royal Archives – an unparalleled collection of documents relating to the history of the British Monarchy. From diaries and personal correspondence to account books and speeches, the Archives record and reflect some of the most significant moments in British history and provide a fascinating insight into the lives of monarchs and their families. ... Read more about New exhibition and book mark the centenary of the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle