Queen's Toy Chest Opens to the Public

Image: Queen Elizabeth II Childhood Toys Go On Display
Dolls and a pram belonging to Queen Elizabeth II are displayed at Buckingham Palace ahead of the Royal Childhood exhibition on April 2 in London, England. Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images

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Toys belonging to Queen Elizabeth II were displayed at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, ahead of the Royal Childhood exhibition in London, England. Spanning more than 250 years, the exhibition brings together objects from the Royal Collection, the Royal Archives and the private collections of members of the Royal Family, as well as previously unseen photographs and film footage. The Royal Childhood exhibit is part of the summer opening at Buckingham Palace, on display from July 26 to Sept. 28.

A set of Knockemdown ninepins belonging to Queen ElizabethLUKE MACGREGOR / Reuters
A pair of Parisian dolls belonging to Britain's Queen Elizabeth and her sister Princess MargaretLUKE MACGREGOR / Reuters
A pink tea set in the shape of a rabbit belonging to Queen Elizabeth IIKirsty Wigglesworth / AP