The National Gallery London
The National Gallery London is an Art Gallery museum located in Trafalgar Square and home to more than 2,300 paintings. The biggest highlight of the collection of this gallery is that it includes works of artists from every era between the mid 13th century and the early 1900s. Here, you will get to see works of almost every top Western European painter born during the period mentioned above. The most prominent names among them include Van Gogh, Raphael, Van Eyck, Leonardo da Vinci, Renoir, Van Dyck, Degas, Turner, and so on.
The National Gallery London remains open all through the year except for January 1 and December 24 to 26. The usual opening hours of the gallery is from 10 am to 6 pm; however, on Fridays it allows entry up to 9 pm. Entry to the gallery is free; what’s more, you will also have the option of taking part in free guided tours. The gallery also offers a series of paid audio tours; examples include The Collection Tour, The Life of Christ audio tour, The Manet to Picasso Tour, etc.
Finding the gallery wouldn’t be difficult for you. You can get there by bus, train or tube. The nearest tube station and rail station is Charing Cross. If you prefer a bus ride, you will have to get down at the Trafalgar Square stop.
The National Gallery London Information
Category: London Gallery, London Museums
London Area: Covent Garden, Westminster
Entry Price: Free Entry
Nearby Tube Stations: Charing Cross, Leicester Square
Tags: Museum, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square