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We have a mix of different activities to keep you busy while lockdown continues. From another royal recipe to try, a new quiz all about the Tudors, or a 360° view of the Waterloo Chamber at Windsor Castle, we're sure there will be something to tempt you.
Next month, look out for a special book-themed newsletter to celebrate World Book Day, with ideas suitable for both adults and children.
George IV commissioned a large set of paintings celebrating the end of the Napoleonic Wars. The room is lined with portraits of the monarchs, commanders and statesmen from the alliance that defeated Napoleon. You may not be able to visit the Castle at the moment, but you can see the paintings which hang there in our 360° view.
The House of Tudor included some of the most famous monarchs in England's history, including Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. The time period also saw the beginnings of what was to become the Royal Collection. Test your Tudor knowledge with the first of our online quizzes.
Buckingham Palace (then Buckingham House) once stood on the edge of the City of Westminster, at the western end of the Tudor hunting park of St James's. It wasn't until 1837, when Queen Victoria moved into the Palace, that it was established as a royal family home and as a place of entertainment and official business.
Reveal extraordinary layers and zoom into the underdrawings, individual brushstrokes, and unique surface texture of Raphael’s seven iconic Cartoons through new 3D, colour and infrared imagery. The drawings are on long-term loan from the Royal Collection.
Explore these monumental works of art like never before.
There are at least 450,000 photographs in the Royal Collection, acquired by members of the royal family from 1842 to the present day, including portraits, landscapes and images of the royal residences.