Take a tour of a lifetime to the royal State Rooms that lie at the heart of Buckingham Palace. Venture into the supreme treasures from the Royal Collection, such as sculptures, paintings, porcelain, and furniture. “State Rooms” is a term that refers to public rooms of a Palace, where monarchs reward, receive and entertain visiting dignitaries and their subjects.
Presently, Buckingham Palace’s State Rooms are used by the members of the Royal Family and her majesty the Queen to receive and entertain guests on official, State, and ceremonial occasions. The State Rooms are fitted out with greatest treasures from the Royal Collection, comprising sculptures by Canova, paintings by Rubens and Rembrandt, and beautiful examples of Sevres porcelain.