2024-02-22T17:35:00Z By Keeley Rodgers
Attractions across the UK have reacted to the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, who died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on 8th September, by sharing a range of photographs on social media.
Here’s a selection…
We are devastated to hear that Her Majesty The Queen has passed away. Our thoughts are with her family at this time pic.twitter.com/RLid1sWTX1— Bekonscot Model Village (@bekonscot) September 8, 2022
We are deeply saddened by the news of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen, who supported us for many years. Her passion for animals will always be remembered. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this sad time. Information if you’re due to visit: https://t.co/5bujfJlQfb pic.twitter.com/mbK4kqEYVS— ZSL Whipsnade Zoo (@ZSLWhipsnadeZoo) September 8, 2022
Today we remember when Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, visited Bletchley Park in 2011, to celebrate the work and dedication of the Codebreakers. pic.twitter.com/Z8qEUw3vi8— Bletchley Park (@bletchleypark) September 9, 2022
We share the nation’s sorrow and mourn the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. Our thoughts and sympathies are with the Royal Family.— Borde Hill Garden (@bordehillgarden) September 9, 2022
Image; Sir Ralph Stephenson Clarke, previous owner of Borde Hill, welcomes The Queen to Mid Sussex in 1958.#QueenElizabethII #bordehillgarden pic.twitter.com/4lPKKJkAH1
We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen and offer our heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family at this moment. Her Majesty formally opened the Royal Air Force Museum in November 1972 and continued to be a source of inspiration and support. pic.twitter.com/FNQOXeuH1p— RAF Museum (@RAFMUSEUM) September 8, 2022
Though our social media activity will be limited in the coming days, we would like to share these archive images of the Queen and HRH the Duke of Edinburgh on a visit to Filton in 1966, as we remember the life and historic reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. pic.twitter.com/PAiRi1Bs7L— Aerospace Bristol (@BristolAero) September 9, 2022
We are deeply saddened to learn of the death of Her Majesty The Queen.— Shakespeare's Globe (@The_Globe) September 8, 2022
During her extraordinary and historic reign, we were honoured to have her officially open the Globe Theatre on 12 June 1997.
A remarkable and devoted Queen, she will be greatly missed worldwide. pic.twitter.com/31ZgvRZEjh
We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. In 1951, as Princess Elizabeth, Her Majesty officially opened the Dyson Perrins Museum as part of the Royal Worcester Porcelain Works' bicentenary celebrations. pic.twitter.com/3BtceWsxDr— Museum of Royal Worcester. OPEN Tuesday to Sunday (@TheMoRW) September 9, 2022
We are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty the Queen. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family. As Lord High Admiral of the Royal Navy, Her Majesty has long standing links with the Dockyard at Chatham, having visited in 1984 and 1994. pic.twitter.com/w8V0Ek87MN— Dockyard Chatham (@DockyardChatham) September 8, 2022
📷 The Queen's 92nd Birthday Party, 21 April 2018 pic.twitter.com/OY6xqQEOR8— Royal Albert Hall (@RoyalAlbertHall) September 8, 2022
We are all deeply saddened to hear the news that Her Majesty The Queen has passed away.— Curve (@CurveLeicester) September 8, 2022
Everyone at Curve offers our sincere condolences to the Royal Family on this very sad day. pic.twitter.com/JSpY63NiKy
Hever Castle is deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.— Hever Castle (@hevercastle) September 8, 2022
As a mark of respect, we will be flying our flag at half-mast.
Hever Castle will remain open as usual during this period of mourning. pic.twitter.com/6pBpuzi2sE
Leeds Castle is deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty The Queen.— Leeds Castle, Kent (@leedscastleuk) September 8, 2022
In honour of her 70-year service, we will fly our flag at half-mast as a mark of respect.
We will remain open as usual during this period of mourning, with additional on https://t.co/bPmRB8tceN. pic.twitter.com/tutE1KmXan
Exeter Cathedral warmly welcomes all who wish to pay tribute and give thanks for the life and service of Her Majesty The Queen.— ExeterCathedral (@ExeterCathedral) September 9, 2022
Find out more about visiting Exeter Cathedral to pay tribute to her Majesty the Queen at https://t.co/W0P7lHFqZT pic.twitter.com/aANqLi54SE
Queen Elizabeth II saw great scientific advancements throughout her lifetime and generously made several visits to the Science Museum, noting its role in inspiring the next generation of inventors. It is with deep sadness that we mark the end of her reign. https://t.co/l9FGYWSI0J pic.twitter.com/j3LjQJZiVk— Science Museum (@sciencemuseum) September 9, 2022
It is with sorrow and deep respect that we mark the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Patron of the RHS.— RHS Garden Wisley (@RHSWisley) September 8, 2022
Her Majesty's support for the RHS has been a great source of strength and she will be greatly missed. https://t.co/04DwMQ4eAW pic.twitter.com/kzAfH5ymEm
We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen.— British Museum (@britishmuseum) September 8, 2022
Our thoughts are with the Royal Family. pic.twitter.com/0vKgCTeVsa
In 2018, Elizabeth II opened The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries, a new museum displaying the Abbey’s greatest treasures in the medieval triforium. In the same year, a stained-glass window by artist David Hockney was unveiled in the north transept to celebrate her reign. pic.twitter.com/B9FDrtKtC2— Westminster Abbey (@wabbey) September 8, 2022