Save at The National Portrait Gallery in London
National Portrait Gallery
London Pass Benefits:
Free entry to fee paying exhibitions and a free Guidebook worth £5
Exhibition prices range from £5.00 to £17.00
Founded in 1856, The National Portrait Gallery is home to the largest collection of portraiture in the world, featuring famous British men and women who have created history from the Middle Ages until the present day painted by some of the greatest painters in the history of art.
There are over 10,000 portraits in this London gallery’s primary collection, many of which are on display across several floors from Henry VII and Florence Nightingale to The Beatles and the current monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.
Entry to the Portrait Gallery in London is free to the general public but The London Pass grants you access to the current exhibition at no extra cost. When an exhibition is not showing receive a fully illustrated Visitor’s Guide worth £5.
William Eggleston Portraits (21 July - 23 October 2016)
Normally Adult: £7.00 & Child: £5.50
Picasso Portraits (6th October 2016 - 5th February 2017)
Normally: Adult: £17.00 & Child: £15.50
When an exhibition is not showing receive a fully illustrated Visitor’s Guide.
Located right in the heart of London next to Trafalgar Sq, the Portrait Gallery is situated close to several other key London attractions including The Mall and St James’ Park. There are also several London restaurants nearby offering discounts and special offers to London Pass holders including Maxwell’s Restaurant in Covent Garden and Porters English Restaurant.
If you are an art lover you should also consider visiting the National Gallery London on Trafalgar Square and experience one of the world’s greatest collections of art.
Full List Of Attractions Included
Well worth the money!
We bought a six-day pass, including an Underground pass, and used it every day we were in London. In fact, I calculated that we would have spent more on getting into places and using the Tube, than the pass cost. The pass book, listing where it could be used, was invaluable and pointed us to places, like Benjamin Franklin's home, we wouldn't have visited otherwise. I'll get a London pass again, next time I visit!
Sally Young from USA
|Monday||10.00 - 18.00|
|Tuesday||10.00 - 18.00|
|Wednesday||10.00 - 18.00|
|Thursday||10.00 - 21.00|
|Friday||10.00 - 21.00|
|Saturday||10.00 - 18.00|
|Sunday||10.00 - 18.00|
|Last Admission: 1 hour before closing|
Closed: 24th to 26th December
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St Martin's Place, London WC2H 0HE
020 7312 2463