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Frogmore House has been a favourite royal retreat for more than 300 years.
Built in the 17th century, Frogmore House became royal property when it was purchased for George III's wife, Queen Charlotte, in 1792. It's no longer an occupied royal residence, but is frequently used by the Royal Family for private entertaining.
The interests and talents of several generations of the royal family influenced Frogmore's interior. In particular, Queen Charlotte's passion for botany is reflected in the decoration of the house. She commissioned Mary Mosser, the renowned 18th-century flower painter, to decorate one of Frogmore's principal rooms to resemble an arbour open to the skies. Frogmore was home to Victoria, Duchess of Kent for almost 20 years, and works by her and her daughter Queen Victoria are on display in the house.
The guided tour of the house ends in the Britannia Room, where, following the decommissioning of the Royal Yacht in 1997, The Duke of Edinburgh arranged a selection of items to reflect the interior of the much-loved vessel. The rich mahogany table that dominates the room was made for Britannia in the 1950s.
Combined ticket price
Per person: £36
Available: 1 - 26 Aug (Monday, Thursday and Friday only). Available only with 10am or 12pm entry to Frogmore House and Garden, followed by an afternoon visit to The Savill Garden at 12.30pm or 2.30pm
Minimum group size: 15
Maximum group size: 54
How to book: Call Royal Collection Trust on 0303 123 7321
Price includes admission to Frogmore House & Garden and The Savill Garden. A guided tour in English is included at Frogmore House & Garden only.
Image: The Colonnade - Jeremy Doak - Royal Collection Trust -® Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2021.
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