Royal Collection Trust, Windsor.
Royal Collection Trust, a department of the Royal Household, is responsible for the care of the Royal Collection. The Photograph Collection consists of over 450,000 photographs, acquired by British monarchs, their consorts and other members of the royal family from 1842 to the present day. The photographs consist of portraits of royalty from Britain, Europe and beyond; portraits of celebrities and statesmen, architectural, topographical and landscape works from around the world, exterior and interior studies of royal residences, 20th century press photographs, and photographs taken by members of the Royal family. This study visit will be an opportunity to view selected highlights from the Photograph Collection and talk to curators about the ongoing work of Royal Collection Trust.
£5, administration fee
*Please note this visit will include climbing approximately 100 stone steps in the oldest part of the castle, and is therefore not suitable for those with mobility issues.
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