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The Royal Albert Hall Stars

Our newest exterior feature - have a look under the Canopy and gaze at the Stars.

The Great Excavation

Currently under construction: the next phase in the building's development


The Hall's 20,000 sq. ft. glazed-iron roof.

Mosaic Frieze

Find out more about the mosaic frieze encircling the building.

Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Steps

Learn more about the steps located on the south side of the Hall.

Henry Willis Organ

'The voice of Jupiter', boasting 9,999 pipes.

Mushrooms (Acoustic Diffusers)

85 fibreglass saucers hanging from the auditorium ceiling.

South porch

The Hall's daytime entrance, opened in 2004.

Foundation stone

The Hall’s red Aberdeen granite foundation stone, laid by Queen Victoria in 1867.


The Grade I listed structure neighbouring the Hall.

'Appearing at the Royal Albert Hall'

Sir Peter Blake's spectacular triptych on display in the Hall

Memorial for the Exhibition of 1871

Memorial commemorating both the Great Exhibition and Prince Albert.

Mosaic tympanum

Decorative piece adorning the South Porch, designed by Shelagh Wakely.


The ornate decoration adorning the building's façade.

Become a Friend of the Hall

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