Consecrated on 23 October 1928 by the Bishop of Oxford, it is adjacent to the Royal Mausoleum, which was built in 1862 to house the tomb of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The burial ground lies on the Frogmore estate within the Home Park at Windsor, in the English county of Berkshire.
A 2006 view of the Royal Mausoleum with the Royal Burial Ground in the foreground It was built by the architect A. J. Humbert , based on designs by Professor Ludwig Gruner.  The mausoleum is in the form of a Greek cross , to a 70 ft diameter, with a central octagon of 70 ft height.
El cementerio real de la familia real británica fue consagrado en 1928 y está localizado en los jardines de Frogmore, en el parque real Home Park en Windsor en el condado inglés de Berkshire. Se ubica en las inmediaciones del mausoleo real, donde descansan los restos de la reina Victoria y el príncipe Alberto. 1
Mausoleo real de la reina Victoria en Frogmore y cementerio real (frente) El Royal Burial Ground es un cementerio utilizado por la familia real británica . Consagrada el 23 de octubre de 1928 por el obispo de Oxford, se encuentra junto al mausoleo real , que fue construido en 1862 para albergar la tumba de la reina Victoria y el príncipe Alberto .
- Frogmore House and grounds
- Places of burial
- Queen Victoria’s Teahouse, the Indian Kiosk and the Gothic Ruin
- Public access
Frogmore is an estate within the Home Park, adjoining Windsor Castle, in Berkshire, England. It comprises 33 acres, of primarily private gardens managed by the Crown Estate. It is the location of Frogmore House, a royal retreat, and Frogmore Cottage. The name derives from the preponderance of frogs which have always lived in this low-lying and mars...
Frogmore House was built in the 1680s and in 1792 the house and estate were bought by George III for his wife Queen Charlotte, although the land had formed part of the Windsor royal hunting ground since the reign of Henry VIII. Charlotte engaged James Wyatt to redesign the house and sought the advice of her Vice-Chamberlain, William Price, regardin...
The first of two mausoleums within the Frogmore Gardens is the burial place of Queen Victoria's mother, Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, the Duchess of Kent. The Mausoleum was designed by the architect A J Humbert, to a concept design by Prince Albert's favourite artist, Profess
The second mausoleum in the grounds of Frogmore, just a short distance from the Duchess of Kent's Mausoleum, is the much larger Royal Mausoleum, the burial place of Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert. Queen Victoria and her husband had long intended to construct a spec
Since its inauguration in 1928, most members of the royal family, except for Kings and Queens, have been interred in the Royal Burial Ground, a cemetery behind Queen Victoria's mausoleum. Among those buried there are Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, and Prince Henry, Duke of Glo
Various other structures stand in the grounds including the 'Gothic Ruin', 'Queen Victoria's Teahouse' and the Indian Kiosk. Constructed of marble, the kiosk was taken from the Qaisar Bagh in Lucknow following the looting of the city, by the Viceroy of India, Charles Canning, 1st Earl Canning in 1858. The kiosk is octagonal with an onion dome with ...
The house and gardens are usually open to the public on about six days each year, usually around Easter and the August Bank Holiday. The Royal Burial Ground may be viewed from around its perimeter on the days that the gardens are open to the public. The Duchess of Kent's mausoleum may also be viewed externally, but is never open to the public.