Queen Victoria Memorial, London, UK

Public street map: How long does it take to walk from Victoria Station to Buckingham Palace?

London, UK, images; memorials and statues

Queen Victoria Memorial, London SW1A 1AA (opposite Buckingham Palace)

Queen Victoria Memorial and Buckingham Palace
Queen Victoria Memorial and Buckingham Palace

The Queen Victoria Memorial Statue was unveiled in 1911 by King George V in honour of Britain’s longest reigning monarch, Queen Victoria (1837-1901). Made of marble, the sculpture weighs several tons and is crowned with a golden statue representing victory.

Queen Victoria Memorial viewed from Green Park
Queen Victoria Memorial viewed from Green Park

Nearest Underground Station: Green Park Station

More about Buckingham Palace

Open to the public every summer: The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace

“Rather not try to climb those” – the walls of Buckingham Palace Gardens

The Royal Diamond Jubilee State Coach

Buckingham Palace bus stop

More statues and memorials

Nelson’s Column, Trafalgar Square

 

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