These have included:
- The Getty Museum, where a number of his pictures have been shown.
- The Hayward Gallery where his aerial view of London in the 1930 's was in a collection called "Saved" which included the most important works of art of the nation.
- The Royal Photographic society where one of his pictures was included in a collection shown in Bath called Photogenic. (This image was also used on the front cover of the highly rated book A History of London by Stephen Inwood)
- And also a collection of his work is available from his 19000 mile aerial photographic tour of Central and South America commissioned by the Morning Post in the 1930.
- The Gallery Store. An exhibition entitled "Alfred G. Buckham: Sky Traveller" was presented in August 1986. Put together by a photo researcher/historian (Tom Jacobson), consisted of photos and writings by Captain Buckham.
- Tate Britain. The exhibition How We Are Photographing Britain. Exhibition ran between 22 May and 2 September 2007 and featured two photographs of Captain Alfred George Buckham. (The Heart Of The Empire and a stunning photograph over Edinburgh).