Victorian Society – Prince Albert, architect? by Michael Hall
9 February - 19:00 - 20:30
Many buildings are said to have been ‘designed’ by Prince Albert, from Osborne House and Whippingham church on the Isle of Wight to Balmoral Castle and the royal dairy at Frogmore. The lecture will ask how much input the Prince had into these buildings and their decoration and will discuss in particular a much less well-known building that is arguably his masterpiece.
Michael Hall is the author of a history of the Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore, to be published by the Royal Collection in 2024.