The National Gallery is one of the top free to enter
tourist attractions in Britain with over 6 million visitors
a year. It is open from 10am to 6pm every day and to 9pm
on Fridays. it closes for a few days at Christmas and on
New Years Day, otherwise it is open year round. I recommend
planning your visit before you go using the
website here so as not to be wandering aimlessly around
vast areas that maybe you're not so keen on.
The National Gallery on Trafalgar
square is the second most visited tourist attraction
in the UK, and entry is free. It showcases European
Art, I suggest you do some research before your
first visit to pick out what you want to see.
The Ambassadors, 1533, Holbein,
there are so many pictures here you are already
familiar with and many more to discover.
Whistlejacket, 1762, Stubbs
The Fighting Temaraire, 1839,
Turner plus over-tired son with mother, don't try
to see too much in one go.
Lake Keitele, 1905, Gallen-Kallela,
there's always something new find and love, this
was mine in this visit.
National Gallery, one of the spaces
between the rooms.