National Art Gallery

Currently Closed
  • Address: Inside Govt Museum, Pantheon Street, Egmore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600008, India
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  • Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +91-4428193238
  • Ticket Price: 15 INR
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Art Gallery, Family And Kids

National Art Gallery - Review

One of the oldest of art galleries in India, the National Art Gallery is a striking melange of spectacular architecture and a very interesting array of collections on display. The attractions lures visitors at a first glance itself, owing to the red stones used in this Indo-Sarsenic architecture marvel. These were sourced from another Indian state Andhra Pradesh. Inside the museum, you have paintings from regions of India that are renowned for their rich art; like Rajasthan, Deccan area, Thanjavur and Kangra. Its sandalwood sculptures are another prominent draw of this Chennai attraction.

National Art Gallery Ticket Prices

  • Given timings are for adults.
  • Children: INR 10 

National Art Gallery Hours

  • Closed on National Holidays.

How To reach National Art Gallery by Public Transport

  • Cooptex Bus Stop
  • Maternity Hospital Bus Station

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TripHobo Highlights for National Art Gallery

  • National Art Gallery Address: Inside Govt Museum, Pantheon Street, Egmore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600008, India
  • National Art Gallery Contact Number: +91-4428193238
  • National Art Gallery Timing: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm
  • National Art Gallery Price: 15 INR
  • Best time to visit National Art Gallery(preferred time): 09:30 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit National Art Gallery: 01:30 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting National Art Gallery

  • 0.05% of people who visit Chennai include National Art Gallery in their plan

  • 95% of people start their National Art Gallery visit around 2 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see National Art Gallery

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting National Art Gallery

People normally club together Chetpet Ecopark and Sundaram Sri Sathya Sai Baba Temple while planning their visit to National Art Gallery.

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National Art Gallery, Chennai Reviews

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  • Really worth to go, costs 15 INR for each person. Rich in heritage collections and may consume a full day to enjoy & explore entire five buildings... This place is so cool, a good natural looking atmosphere. The most important arts collections made this place as important. All tourists must visit here and cherish the moments & valuable collections.

  • "Amazing gallery and looking so awesome"

  • It's historic place we see the photographs of old people and it's exactly located next to the library. Many events are conducted here and place is well maintained and building architecture are well maintained and people use to check the building if any repairs has to be done. Gallerys are really so awesome and people here are good at taking care of the pictures and art stuff. One should see if they want to know abt history.

  • I love this place and have spent a lot of time here. While I worked on Sulekha, I used to go here often. We even visit here during our Lunch break. This place is so cool, a good natural looking atmosphere. The most important arts collections made this place as important. All tourists must visit here and cherish the moments & valuable collections.

  • The National Art Gallery[1] situated in Egmore, Chennai, is one of the oldest art galleries in India. Constructed with red stones sourced from Satyavedu in Andhra Pradesh, the Gallery was built in 1906 in Indo-Sarsenic architecture and houses paintings from Thanjavur, Rajasthan, Kangra and Deccan areas, as well as sandalwood sculptures. The Gallery has remained closed since 2002, as part of the structure suffered damage.

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