Tuesday 14 February 2019
The Queen’s Gallery, London
Enjoy a day in London at an exhibition of treasures, paintings, porcelain, photographs and miniature masterpieces by Faberge, telling the story of the connections between the British and Russian Royal families in the 19th Century. Alongside the main exhibition, the photographs of Roger Fenton from 1855 featuring some of the earliest images from a war zone that would ever have been seen by the public.
Includes access to the adjacent Royal Mews.with its exhibits of carriages and cars used by Royalty past and present.
Depart Mary Arden pub, Wilmcote at 09.00 am.. Approximate return at 6.00pm.
Other local pick ups available, on request.
Cost £50.00 per person
To book, please contact Kim on 07713 168998 or email [email protected]