National Gallery Tours

Phone: +44-2077472885
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday

10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Friday

10:00 am - 09:00 pm
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Everyday

10:00 am - 05:00 pm

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Address: Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN, United Kingdom
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About National Gallery, London

Located at Trafalgar square and home to about 2300 beautiful paintings, the national gallery of London should definitely make its way to almost any London itinerary. Set up in 1824, it the fifth most visited museum in the world. The quality and variety of art in this place is beyond words. Some of the world’s most famous paintings are found here.

Whether you are an art lover or not this is unquestionably a place to see in London. A visit transports you into art heaven. Claude Monet, Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci are just a few of the famous artists whose paintings you will get a chance to see here. Just two of the many iconic paintings displayed here are Vincent Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” and Rembrandt’s “Self Portrait at the age of 34”. National Gallery is one of the tourist attractions in 3 day London itinerary and also in London Itinerary 2 Weeks. You must visit this amazing tourist attraction in London.

The National Gallery of London is one of the most celebrated attractions of the city. To make your experience an informative one, National Gallery ticket prices are kept free of cost. However, as you buy tickets for National Gallery tours, you get an opportunity to have an easy access without any hassles. National Gallery tickets for tours are always in demand owing to the attraction’s popularity. However, here you get the chance to have tickets for National Gallery tours at reasonable rates.

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National Gallery Information

  • Free access to over 2,300 paintings.
  • Exhibitions are chargeable.
  • Access to wheel chairs is available.
  • Braille guides and tactile facilities are also available.

National Gallery Tickets Prices

  • You can donate £5,£20 or more to the gallery through their official website and even otherwise.

How To Get To National Gallery by Public Transport

  • Buses: 3, 6, 12,13, 15, 23, 88, 139, 159, 453

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  • Amazing place. Everyone should go here! There are works of art you've only dreamed of seeing, things from textbooks and works that are so amazing they are just "concepts" until you see them. Seeing these real works up close is second to nothing else for an art lover. Such amazing displays of skill. Highly recommend!

  • Lots of paintings and sculpture. I like a good Rembrandt as much as anyone else. The cafe was nice. I had the fish 'n chips. It takes several hours to go through the gallery if you want to properly appreciate the art. No sense in rushing things, even though admission is free.

  • It's free. How amazing is that. It is huge and beautiful and full of some of the most amazing and famous works of art and it is free. The building itself is worth visiting for. It is very big so make sure you set aside enough time. Staff were pleasant and helpful.

  • Its an art gallery, and its free. If that's the kind of thing your into then your likely to enjoy yourself. This place is not overrun by children so it can be a fairly relaxing place to visit. My girlfriend and I enjoyed ourselves.

  • This museum is extremely large and contains paintings from almost every famous artist in history, even if the paintings are not the most famous pieces from the artist. There are probably about ten or so pictures that are extremely famous, and those are the ones I was interested in seeing. The rest of the pictures are either not so famous, or by people you have never heard of unless you are an art history buff. Unfortunately, on the day I went there were many primary school trips to the museums and the dormant teachers encouraged students to sit down on the floor right in front of the paintings so they could draw their own renditions of them. This is extremely rude and inconsiderate because it makes it really hard to move around the kids to see the paints closely. I tried asking one of the staff in one of the rooms for help but she didn't speak English and had absolutely no idea what I was saying when I asked her where the Rembrandt paintings were. I eventually found them without her help. It is a long, tiring and busy day, and I am not sure it is worth it to see all the paintings and it can get extremely repetitive seeing so many pictures that look alike, but at least it is free.

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