The King’s and Queen’s State Apartments, once the epicentre of royal and political life, have been brought to life with new multi-medium installations, live interactive theatre, and never-displayed-before costume
from the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection.
The Queen's State Apartments
Lift the curtain on the private lives of Mary II and Anne and explore how their shared heartbreak became the tragedy of the nation. In these intimate wood-panelled apartments, visitors will see the rise and fall of the Stuarts through the eyes of Little William, the future King who danced himself to death on his 11th birthday.
Each room has been transformed with a beautiful installation that explores each stage of the dynasty, from the Glorious Revolution to the end of the Protestant line of the Stuarts.
For the curious, walls may whisper and secrets could be hidden anywhere...