The Courtauld Gallery

Verified Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN Location

The Courtauld Gallery in London is a hidden gem for art lovers. Located in the historic Somerset House on the Strand, this small but well-curated museum houses a stunning collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and modern art. The gallery's strength lies in its extensive selection of French art, featuring works by Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Van Gogh. Aside from the permanent collection, The Courtauld also offers temporary exhibitions showcasing renowned artists like Picasso, Matisse, and Rembrandt. Whether you're a seasoned art enthusiast or just beginning to appreciate the beauty of fine art, a visit to The Courtauld Gallery is a must. Immerse yourself in the history of modern art and let your imagination soar.

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Name The Courtauld Gallery
City London
Website http://courtauld.ac.uk/gallery
Phone +44 20 3947 7777

🙋‍♂️ Frequently asked questions about The Courtauld Gallery

What is the contact phone number for the Art gallery?

The contact phone number for The Courtauld Gallery is +44 20 3947 7777

What are today's opening hours?

Today Thursday, the opening hours for The Courtauld Gallery are 10 am–6 pm and it is currently closed. Here are the opening hours for the entire week.

What is the street where The Courtauld Gallery is located?

This Art gallery is located at Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN.

What services does this Art gallery offer?

Art gallery, Art museum, Tourist attraction

Is it open on Saturdays?

It's opened on Saturdays from 10 am–6 pm.

Is it open on Sundays?

It's opened on Sundays from 10 am–6 pm.

🕓 Opening Hours

Today, Thursday, May 30, 2024, the opening hours for the Art gallery are 10 am–6 pm

Monday 10 am–6 pm
Tuesday 10 am–6 pm
Wednesday 10 am–6 pm
Thursday 10 am–6 pm
Friday 10 am–6 pm
Saturday 10 am–6 pm
Sunday 10 am–6 pm

👍👎 Reviews

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The Courtauld Gallery in London is a small but well-curated museum with a stunning collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and modern art. The gallery is housed in Somerset House, a beautiful 18th-century building on the Strand.The Courtauld's collection is particularly strong in French art, with works by Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Van Gogh.In addition to its permanent collection, the Courtauld hosts a variety of temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Recent exhibitions have featured the work of Picasso, Matisse, and Rembrandt.The Courtauld Gallery is a must-visit for art lovers of all levels. The collection is small enough to be seen in a few hours, but there is enough to keep you engaged for much longer. The gallery is also a great place to learn about the history of modern art.

Kwok Lau

10 months ago


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Andy P

10 months ago


Wonderful casket of masterpieces. A must visit

Studio Scagnelli

10 months ago


If you present your student ID, there are many nice and informative pictures for free. Recommended place to visit unconditionally

김혁

10 months ago


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Barbara Moore

10 months ago


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Michael Rubin

10 months ago


It was very intresting, loved some of the paintings, Nice coffee and I brought a drawing book and colourful pencils with many colours

Colleen Parsons

10 months ago


Fantastic display of Impressionist paintings by a variety of masters. The exhibits on art forgeries were also extremely interesting. It’s nice to take all this in without the crush of people experienced at other galleries.

James Patla

10 months ago


If you want to visit an art gallery, you must choose classics!The Courtauld Art Museum is located in the quiet center of London. Of course, the number of collections is not as high as that of the national level, but there are many authentic works of famous artists, such as the collections of famous painters such as Cézanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Renoir. It’s true that seeing is believing, and every piece of fine work, even if time flies, the brushwork still shakes people’s hearts!We really deserved it!

James Wang

10 months ago


My new favourite art gallery in London. Stunning collection in a beautiful building.

susan hunt

10 months ago


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David Gedze

10 months ago


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Jonathan Martin

10 months ago


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Clive Bullard

10 months ago


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JY Kim

10 months ago


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Tris Bray

10 months ago


The staircase is worth seeing. Art also. Really nothing to criticise here.. Some well known artists , famous works and other stuff you won't know. I enjoyed the few 'fakes ' the gallery have (knowingly) hung on the wall. I mean, they tell you they are fake otherwise you and I wouldn't know. I'm no art expert, and I'm not even sure I know what I like but this place is a good stop on a day out in London. If you don't stare at each piece for hours you can be respectfully done in about an hour to hour and a half. Enjoy.

Richard Cowtan

10 months ago


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Mark Tolts (Марк Тольц)

10 months ago


Nice gallery to go around. Tea shop was good too!

Lucy Gaskin

10 months ago


Visited on Weekend Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended Yes …More

Iryna Kotovych

10 months ago


结束的时候工作人员热情的和我们打招呼,度过了美好的一天Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait …More

YIJIE KONG (Nikyo)

10 months ago


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Caff “Caff” B

10 months ago


First visit since it reopened. The new layout makes it seem bigger and the quality of the paintings doesn't disappoint.

David Figg

10 months ago


When I went on a weekday afternoon, it was so quiet that I wondered if it might be the quietest gallery in London. I was able to enjoy the works comfortably. I was happy to be able to slowly look at the paintings of my favorite Impressionist artists.

Jisoo Hong

10 months ago


An amazing exhibition venue

陳龍弘

10 months ago


Free for students, there are many impressionist paintings on the third floor, worth seeing Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Ryan Ma

9 months ago


런던에서 방문했던 미술관 중에서 제일 마음에 곳이 여기 코톨드 갤러리이다.다른 미술관과 다르게 조용하고 쾌적하게 관람할 수 있다.내셔널 갤러리와 테이트 모던과 다르게 여기는 입장료가 있지만 국제학생증을 소지하거나 유럽에 대학을 다니면 무료로 입장이 가능하다.방문하기 전까지 유럽에 대학을 다니는 학생들만 무료인 줄 알았는데 알고 보니 국제학생증 소지자들도 무료입장이 가능하다.다른 미술관에 비하면 규모가 작은 편이지만 어디선가 한 번쯤 봤을법한 유명한 그림들이 꽤나 많기도 하고 그만큼 몰입도가 높은 곳이다.개인적으로 테이트 모던보다 코톨드 갤러리가 더 재미있었고 인상 깊었다.----Among the art galleries I visited in London, my favorite is the Courtauld Gallery.Unlike other art galleries, it is quite and pleasant to see.There is an admission fee, whic is different from the National Gallery and Tate Modern, but if you have an Internation student ID card or go to a university in Europe, you can enter for free.Until I visited, I thought that only students attending universities in Europe were free, but it turn out that International student ID holders can also enter for free.Compared to other art galleries, it is small in scale, but there are quite a few famous paintings that you would have seen at least once somewhere, and it is a place where the level of immersion is high.Personally, the Courtauld Gallery was more interesting and impressive than the Tate Modern.

오주형

9 months ago


Worth a visit.Amazing collection ranges from the Medieval period to the 20th century.Word famous impressionist: Manet, van Gogh Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Anna Lisowska

9 months ago


This is a wonderful little gallery in the heart of central London, within the Somerset House complex. While there are interesting exhibitions on a range of periods and styles, the main attraction is the top floor that houses some world-famous impressionist art. Manets, Renoirs, Gaugins, Van Goghs can be found here and you will not be disappointed.

A M

9 months ago


I am a "friend" of the gallery. I can visit as much as I want with the "friend" card and also get discounts on the gift shop and the coffee shop downstairs.If you are visiting for one time, it is still worth the price and the amazing experience, especially if you are interested in Impressionism like myself.

cherrycherry

9 months ago


Not big but surprisingly “rich” museum: impressionists’ masterpieces as permanent exhibition and temporary exhibitions, now Henry Fuseli. Highly recommended to visit! Museum shop is nice also ))

Olga Bogonina

9 months ago


If you come to London, this is a must-visit course. There are so many great works by famous painters such as Van Gogh, Seurat, Monet, and Cézanne. Above all, it is a relatively unknown place, so if you go on a weekday, you can quietly concentrate and appreciate it. Strongly recommended!

이지호

9 months ago


The gallery has an unique collection of impressionism. Recommended.

Julietka Sky

9 months ago


Nice Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Vladimíra Černá

9 months ago


Just because the number of works is smallsatisfaction

西明

9 months ago


Loved my experience at this small, intimate museum, that is packed with treasures in their permanent collection, as well as interesting traveling exhibits. The works are displayed in lovely rooms, along several floors; I loved the spiral staircase in the center (there is also an elevator). I went specifically to view works from Gauguin, but lingered in the rooms with works from Manet, Monet, and other masters. The museum is part of Somerset and just steps away from the bus stop (double decker tour buses), which made it convenient to get to. There is also a gift shop inside.

B Preciado

9 months ago


Beautiful third floor, the rooms are beautiful, the building which houses the art gallery is truly remarkable. Rather grumpy staff, expensive shop, clean bathrooms. Visited on Weekday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended No … More

Alexis Kami

9 months ago


Only saw floor 3, impressionism and post, plus Bloomsbury group, but excellent. Will go back soon. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Clive Bennett

9 months ago


Excellent permanent gallery Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Petra McKee

9 months ago


Great gallery. Somehow off the map of the usual places. Recommended for sure Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Alan

9 months ago


The ticket was kinda expensive but if you are interein other special exhibits the its more than worth it Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Willy Wang

9 months ago


Small but exquisitely formed gallery exhibitions. 2-3 hours to view in detail and if you are interested in their exhibits. Check their website before visiting to see if it would suit. Most people would, with usual exemption, need to pay £10 on average to view Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

The Reid

8 months ago


Great standing collection with some absolute gems that almost everyone will recognise. Often good temporary exhibitions. The café is a lively spot to meet someone.

Adam Farquhar

8 months ago


I'm not exactly sure why I haven't been to The Courtauld before, as it is such a fascinating place for its art, architecture and ambience. I shall be back soon to take in more of the galleries. Well worth setting aside a day! Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Hugo Pickering

8 months ago


Gorgeous building and great exhibitions with some fake and forgery interesting pieces, and modern art Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Dr Jesica Mac Leod

8 months ago


Well worth a visit, an very interesting collection of famous works. If you have the opportunity to see Claudette Johnson's exhibition.. Go! Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Brian Knox

8 months ago


The gallery may not be very big but its impressionist collections is a must for art lovers. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Noodee Central

8 months ago


This is where you can see masterpieces. Visited on Weekday Wait time 30–60 min … More

지수

8 months ago


Amazing gallery, recommended

luca cirtoli

8 months ago


I have not visited since the revamp and wish I’d been sooner. The collection has always been superb, never overwhelming and always coherently curated. Now every room is a joy with space for the artwork to breathe. The shop is excellent especially for art books. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Alison Medd

8 months ago


One of the most pleasant gallery experiences in London! Incredible collection of Impressionism masterpiece, calming ambiance, and friendly staff.

E

8 months ago


A wonderful collection of Impressionist art by the greats. Also loved the Bloomsbury Group exhibition. Can't wait to return! Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Sally Yonish

8 months ago


I loved this place. Have wanted to visit years ago but it was closed for renovations. It was worth the wait, and of course, visiting and walking around Somerset House is always interesting. Highly recommended. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Cruise Cycle

8 months ago


If you are London you must go. The impressionist paintings are amazing. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Laura Spurrier

8 months ago


Goya, Manet and Dega were my favourites. Lots of stairs - lift was essential:)

David Brownhill

8 months ago


Like any museum in London it is very well managed Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Giovanni La Nasa

8 months ago


Fantastic impressionist collection! Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

James Giraldin

8 months ago


A very nice art gallery Visited on Public holiday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Patrick Williams

8 months ago


Amazing collection. Beautifully presented. Somerset House is simply lovely. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Del Harvey

7 months ago


Very pleasant gallery, recommended, especially if you also attend an exhibition. Especially recommend the 3rd floor Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Bogdan Dumitrescu

7 months ago


The third floor was really nice. Had a lot of nice impressionist pieces. The first floor was also interesting investigating forgeries. The second floor wasn’t for me, but I assume it’s nice. But third floor alone is well worth it.

Coleman Barton

7 months ago


Nothing more to say than a fantastic gallery, in a beautiful building Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Louis Clare

7 months ago


Best gallery in London

Jin Cho

7 months ago


Excellent collection, particularly the impressionist and post impressionists , housed in a remarkable building. Recommended. Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Richard McKeever

7 months ago


Anyone who likes the Early Impressionist & Impressionist like Manet, van Gogh, and Cezanne must visit the LVMH Great Room on the third floor. On the 2nd floor, Rubens & 17th century. On the 1st floor, you'll find in the Medieval Gallery a Courtauld Bag! This gallery is really worth a visit. There are lifts for easy access. Lower ground floor you will find gift shops, toilets and lockers.

Wendy Leung

5 months ago


Superb gallery, the Impressionists are a must see. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Nigel Bewley

5 months ago


It's worth it just to see the self-portrait with its ear cut off. Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

kyutae hwang

5 months ago


A place where you must go if you love paintings. Beautiful. Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Lucian Beca

5 months ago


What can I say takes breathe away this place the art the curation Beautiful Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Michael Graham

5 months ago


This is a museum where you can see paintings by Degas and Manet. Since there is a fee, there aren't many people, so you can take your time to enjoy the masterpieces. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Kei

5 months ago


A perfect gallery. Not too busy, but some of the finest art from four centuries of art. Visited on Weekday Wait time 1 hr+ Reservation recommended No … More

Jonno Whitby

5 months ago


If you teach at a London University entry is free. Phantastic impressionists on the third floor, two outstanding rooms, Cezanne, Degas, others. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Bernhard von Stengel

5 months ago


Well worth a visit and worth the £10 entry fee. There are different exhibitions and enough benches to sit in between. Visited on Weekday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended Yes … More

Jonathan Rilke

5 months ago


Excellent place to visit

John Baker

5 months ago


Gorgeous ! Both the location and the permanent exhibition.Cezanne, Van Gogh, Degas... A joy!The only downside (for me) was a little too much sacred art.

Anne-Marie FERAUT-AREND

5 months ago


Great gallery. Relaxing atmosphere, easy to navigate, well designed. Some great pieces of art, notably from the impressionist period.

Farid Ait Chaalal

5 months ago


All the best impressions- Courtauld- a new look now! After repairs and renovation, the gallery became even better, freer, with a wonderful collection of impressionists. I was pleased with the cool shop.

Наталья Зотимова

5 months ago


Tranquil and delicate art museum. Came to see the famous Van Gogh self-portrait. The service is very friendly. The shop is also very interesting! Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Bob

6 months ago


There are some great paintings but I wish there had been more! Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Julia Pearce

an hour ago


World class - what else can be said?! Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Martin Henson

an hour ago


Great on all levels. The shop is very well done, cosy and full of inspiration.

James Hulme

3 months ago


A museum inside Somerset House. It's expensive, but it's well worth it. It's small, but it's full of Impressionists, as well as Flemish artists and Rubens. I get tired just going to the British Museum and the Tate with so many people, so I like this place when it's empty. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

antonie k

3 months ago


My mother had just died and I had come into London to settle some of her affairs. Tried as I might I could not lift the weight of her loss no matter how often I watched the boats pass on the Thames. Then I decided to pop into the Courtauld Gallery to check out the art. I knew the collection was not as overwhelming as the National Gallery so I felt up to the task. Pleasantly, I was able to enter free after showing them that I was a teacher. Furthermore, they weren't so demanding that I didn't have teaching credentials on me like so many museums are. Struggling teachers appreciate any help they can get.I gratefully took advantage of the free lockers and shoved my bag into one. I took out my camera and visited the three floors of art that awaited me. The first floor had the earlier European art from the 1300's to 1400's. Not everyone likes this stuff but I am a big fan of artists such as Robert Campin or Bernardo Daddi. Just by absorbing the infinite details of the paintings, I felt lighter. The second floor has later, more recognizable works by artists such as Rubens, Goya, or Lucas Cranach. Many nice pieces here. Finally the third floor had the impressionists. This is what most people come to see. No wonder with works from Renoir, Van Gogh, Degas just to name a few.So after three hours of fun I left the Gallery full of the greens of Cezanne's landscapes in my head and a little happiness in my heart. And I can enjoy the many photos I took there even now.Thanks to all who were so friendly in the Courtauld. I appreciate it.

Stephen Cordes

3 months ago


Good gallery but the tickets were overpriced, in my opinion. For what it has to offer, apart from Van Gogh, Monet and Manet’s couple of works, there rest isn’t as impressive, to be completely honest. I think 10£ it’s a bit excessive. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Javiera Ossandón

3 months ago


Great exhibition.... over £5.50 for a small pice of cake? That's taking the mickey! Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Sean K. Gilde

3 months ago


I really enjoyed the exhibition on display and the staff were nice too. The whole gallery is beautiful to be honest and I would definitely come again to bring friends or recommend to others. I’d definitely going to the gift shop too- many products are expensive but there are some bookmarks for £3.50 and postcards for cheaper than that. I’d recommend buying tickets in advance which from I remember the website recommends too especially if you’re a student you can access most for free expect the members only sections!

Angela

3 months ago


Really fabulous gallery housing some of the most famous works from the history of art. Of particular note, are the Reubens, and the Impressionists, which are breathaking. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Jo Turney

3 months ago


The famous works of Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, and Van Gogh are on the top floor! If I go again, I think I'll look at the top floor first haha. I went on January 1st and it was quiet! If you install the app, you can see captions in Korean???????? Visited on Public holiday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

GH RRR

3 months ago


Great place, Peter Doig super shop Visited on Weekday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended No … More

M L

3 months ago


amazing collection

Vivek Roy-Chowdhury

3 months ago


Enjoyed a full morning here, building and art equally fascinating. Beautiful courtyard and multiple cafes. Cute gift shop, disappointing selection of postcards though. Would recommend a visit, did cost £10 entrance but it all helps to keep it running. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Rachel Sunman

3 months ago


We arrived at this beautiful place because there was a celebration for Hello Kitty's 50th birthday. There is a cafe inside this castle that houses several contemporary art exhibitions. Visited on Weekend Wait time 1 hr+ Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Patricia Miralda

3 months ago


Must see

Salvador Magalhaes Heath

3 months ago


Very nice exhibitions of Old Masters including Van Gogh, Manet, Renoir, Degas and others. Fabulous spiral staircase. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Roger Fownes

3 months ago


Always something interesting to see. Lovely to see the school children's interpretations of Manet. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Donna Sarchet

3 months ago


I didn't pay, for reasons, but personally I wouldn't pay for it. It's pretty decent, but pretty small. Some good artworks though. Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Flavio

14 days ago


Great exhibitions Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Iris Moroz

15 days ago


Awesome collection of art pieces beautifully displayed over several floors. Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Johannes Eiglsperger

16 days ago


A fabulous building. All rooms are well laid out, and artwork is well presented and accessible. Great lighting. Visited on Weekend Wait time 1 hr+ Reservation recommended Yes … More

Trevor Savidge

16 days ago


A good range of artworks. Free with ArtPass, with reduced entry to the special exhibitions. Free lockers. Excellent shop :), Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

John Davis

16 days ago


The building is fabulousDon't skip the stairsThe exhibitions where wonderfulThe explanations enlighting and the museum store is very nice

Yael Shmoshkovitz Frid

16 days ago


An amazing collection of paintings. An absolute must if you like the impressionist/post-impressionists. Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Barry Morgan

16 days ago


SONY Photographer of the Year exhibited some awesome pictures, it was an absorbing and extensive show. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Charles McMaster

17 days ago


It's beautiful. It was a shame there wasn't Degas's Two dancers on a stage, but it's a good place worth paying the entrance fee for.

종혁

19 days ago


Among the many galleries in London, it is one of my favorites in terms of artist selection, curation, interior design, and gift shop product design ♡

M T

19 days ago


Excellent exhibition and a wonderful standing collection.

JJ RR

19 days ago


아워바흐의 목탄 초상화 전시를 보았습니다.전날에 찾아보다가 괜찮아 보여서 예매하고 다음 날 아침에 바로 갔는데, 내셔널 갤러리 보다는 사람이 훨씬 적어서 작품 감상하는 데 불편함은 없었습니다.상주하고 있는 직원들도 친절했습니다.아워바흐 목탄 초상화 전시를 언제까지 하는지는 모르겠으나 런던 여행 중 보기에 좋은 전시 같습니다.

ahra

19 days ago


I love this gallery. There is always something interesting going on. The staff is very friendly and helpful as well Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Marco Domizio

19 days ago


This is not a big gallery and you can see it all in under an hour if there aren't many people there.I was really impressed by the collection of impressionist works on the top floor.The building itself is lovely and they've really curated the works well throughout.Well worth a visit.

Martin Hills

19 days ago


Well worth the £12 entrance fee. (Free if you have a student ID). Can easily spend a couple of hours here, it’s small but there’s a LOT to see. One of my favourite galleries in London! Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

James

19 days ago


Small yet a true gem Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Piotr Majewski

19 days ago

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