The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries - A whole new.
The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries is a new museum in the 13th-century eastern triforium above the abbey floor that displays an eclectic collection of the abbey’s most important artefacts. This includes several effigies of medieval kings, the 650-year-old Liber Regalis (the coronation rule book), Mary II’s coronation chair and a replica of the Crown Jewels.
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The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries are a major development at Westminster Abbey and the most significant intervention in the fabric of the building since the addition of its western towers in 1745. The installation of a new lift and staircase tower in Poet’s Corner, connects the Triforium and enables accessibility for a significant number of visitors which has hitherto been impossible.
Exhibition review: The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries at Westminster Abbey, SW1 The galleries will display the abbey’s most evocative treasures and cast an explanatory light on its.
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To mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, this garden was created next to the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace. The person chosen to design it was Nigel Dunnet, who had previously won the gold medal at the Chelsea Flower Show. In-keeping with its name, the garden is divided into diamond-shaped boxes, delineated with Portland stone.
Officials have given a sneak peek at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries, which sits more than 16 metres (52ft) above the abbey's floor and will display 300 treasures from the abbey's collection.