NATIONAL GALLERY TICKETS LONDON: HOW TO BOOK YOUR ENTRANCE AND ORGANIZE YOUR VISIT
National Gallery London Tickets, where to find them.
Do you really need to book or just go to the entrance and enter?
The National Gallery in London is an unmissable stop if you visit the British capital and, incredible but true, its admission is free. Not only do British citizens enter for free but all citizens of the world can visit its art collections without paying any tickets.
Here, then, how to organize your visit.
National Gallery London Tickets
The National Gallery in London was created with a specific idea: to make art accessible to everyone.
Since its founding in 1824, National Gallery tickets in London have been free to give anyone, without social or cultural distinctions, the opportunity to get to know and admire the great masterpieces of art.
The London museum, therefore, is a large container of works that all citizens of the world, of all ages, can visit and learn about.
This is certainly a great gift that London gives to the whole world but in particular to the British, who consider themselves a bit the custodians of the works of this museum.
So how do you get into the National Gallery and how can you visit it?
NATIONAL GALLERY TICKETS LONDON AND HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR VISIT
To visit the National Gallery in London you do not need to book the entrance, just go to the museum and enter freely.
However, you can plan your visit and decide what to see or whether to book a tour that allows you to see the museum in a short time.
Here are 2 tips to organize your visit to the National Gallery in London:
1 – Enter and start admiring the works following your personal tastes. Choose to make a path for artists, currents, subjects or whatever you want.
At the entrance of the museum you will find maps to choose your favorite route or you can take a look at my post with the main works of the National Gallery in London to see and start from those.
2 – You can book a guided tour that in about three hours allows you to admire the works of the National Gallery in London, to satisfy all your curiosities and also to discover the Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
To book just visit the page The National Gallery: Guided Tour, where you can find all the details and you can book the tour immediately.
NATIONAL GALLERY TIMES IN LONDON
The National Gallery is open every day from 10.00 to 18.00.
The closing time is extended until 21.00 on Friday evening.
Closed: 1st January and 24th-26th December.
HOW TO GET TO THE LONDON NATIONAL GALLERY
Metro: Westminster, District, Circle and Jubilee lines. Nearest station with lift access; Embankment, Northen, Bakerloo, District and Circle lines, about 500 meters away; Piccadilly, Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines; Leicester Square, Northern and Piccadilly Lines, approximately 200 meters away.
Underground and railway stations: Charing Cross, Northern and Bakerloo lines, about 250 meters away.