On Saturday, 12 March visitors with disabilities will be offered free admission to Windsor Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse and The Queen's Gallery, Edinburgh as part of this year's Disabled Access Day.
The official range of china celebrating the 90th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen has gone on sale today. Produced by Royal Collection Trust, each item is made in Stoke-on-Trent using methods and techniques that have remained unchanged for 250 years. From the development of initial designs and creation of individual moulds, to the hand-finishing with 22-carat gold and manufacture of the special packaging, the production process encompasses the skills of over 50 individuals from several factories at the heart of the English Potteries. ... Read more about Official range of china to celebrate the 90th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen goes on sale
Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is the first UK landmark to be part of an innovative VR (virtual-reality) project with Google designed specially for schools. The Google Expeditions app allows teachers to take their students on a virtual field trip to the Palace from any classroom in the world, giving them a taste of what more than 60,000 of The Queen's guests and over 500,000 visitors to the Summer Opening of the Palace see each year.
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Twelve portraits of D-Day veterans will go on display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse from tomorrow, Friday, 15 January. The exhibition, The Last of the Tide (until 28 March 2016), pays tribute to the extraordinary men that played a role in the D-Day landings on 6 June 1944, and includes a number of portraits depicting veterans from Scotland. It was commissioned by HRH The Duke of Rothesay following his attendance at the 70th anniversary commemorations of the Allied invasion of Normandy, which took place in France in 2014. ... Read more about Portraits of D-Day veterans go on display