Royal Academy Of Arts, London

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Royal Academy Of Arts, London - Address, Phone Number

Address: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2073008090

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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The Royal Academy of Arts of London is Britain’s oldest art institution which was inaugurated in 1768. The academy hosts spectacular exhibitions that pulls a lot of crowd each year. You could explore the multifaceted talents of Jean-Étienne Liotard here. The pictures that decorated the walls are artistic and exquisite. If art and design fall in your zone of interest, you would thoroughly enjoy your visit here. The academy is an ideal place to visit with family and friends.

Royal Academy Of Arts Ticket Prices

  • Ticket prices may vary with exhibitions.
  • Kids under 16 go in free with a paying adult.

How To reach Royal Academy Of Arts by Public Transport

  • Tube: Piccadilly Circus, Green Park
  • Bus: 9, 14, 19, 22, 38

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  • Went to see Jasper Johns. Very well presented and excellence in all departments, as always. The RA is the gold standard. Re this exhibition - I would have liked audio commentary on more of the works, and maybe some wider range of criticisms that included the sceptical side.

  • Excellent exhibitions. They have the ability to get real quality art for their shows. A real must, when you plan your visit to London.

  • I advise visitors to take along oven gloves and a dishcloth if planning to take tea in the members' cafe here. The handle of the iron tea pot is too hot to hold while pouring and then a large proportion of the contents will pass into the saucer instead of the cup so the cloth will be needed at this stage.

  • The J.John's show is amazing if you like American art from the 2nd half of the 20thc. Its a big show and requires either a long visit - 2hrs minimum, or probably better: a 2nd visit!

  • Never a boring place to visit. I've seen some of my heroes face to face over there.

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