The 17th-century Queen's House showcases an incredible fine-art collection, see some of the finest maritime art in the world in this unique building.
In 1616 Anne of Denmark, wife of James I, commissioned Inigo Jones to build the Queen’s House, the first fully Classical building in England. The house now forms part of the National Maritime Museum.
An often overlooked attraction in Greenwich, but contains some remarkable paintings. Seek out the sinking of the Scharnhorst in the south-west corner of the top floor.
'Tulip Staircase' is purported as the first spiral staircase in Britain...Well worth seeing...
A peaceful place to visit and it's free. The tulip staircase is pretty and the view of it makes a good photo from ground level looking up.
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The Queen wasn't home when I visited. I brought a bottle of Babycham with me and everything. Rip-off! >:/
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Queen's house is a formal "Royal Residence " built between 1614-1617 in Greenwich..!Its really awesome..!
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wanna go here!
wanna see the architecture of the place, since im on that track...=)
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L'ingresso è gratuito, la mostra è piccola ma all'interno si può osservare la Tulip Staircase. Da notare l'esterno della residenza, di ispirazione Palladiana.