Marlborough House Commonwealth Conference Centre

Built by Wren in 1709 for the Duke of Marlborough, it reverted to the Crown in 1817. Amongst its occupants have been Edward Vll when Prince of Wales, and George V until his accession. From 1911 until her death it was the residence of Queen Alexandra. Queen Mary lived here when in London. Now a Commonwealth Conference Centre.

Adjoining the house is Queen's Chapel of 1627, designed by Inigo Jones.

See Also: Queens Chapel

Address: Pall Mall, SW1

Website: Marlborough House Commonwealth Conference Centre

Nearby Stations: Green Park Station

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