Queen Elizabeth II's coronation dress and robe.
Coronation portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 1953, Cecil Beaton.
The ballroom with the gown and other artefacts on display.
Caroline de Guitaut with the centerpieces of the exhibition.
The robe has a 6.5 metre-long tail.
The white satin dress with embroidered national and Commonwealth floral emblems and attached pearls, crystals and sequins.
The tail of the purple velvet robe that the queen wore on her way to Buckingham Palace.
Detailed embroidery of the queen's coronation dress.
Dress, robe and coronet worn by Princess Margaret, dress worn by the Duchess of Kent, and dress of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (from left to right).
Outfits worn on Coronation Day by the then four-year-old Prince Charles and his two-year-old sister Princess Anne.
Robes worn by male members of the royal family.
This is Princess Margaret's Halo tiara which Kate Middleton wore on her wedding day.
The Coronation State Banquets are recreated with the original china and silver laid out. Visitors can also see the menu and the original seating plan.
The queen's coronation was held at Westminster Abbey on June 2, 1953.