Guildhall Art Gallery, London
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I have visited the gallery several times since discovering it two years ago. They always have new exhibitions and hang new paintings every three months or so. On Fridays there are free guided tours la... read more »
You have to go through security but really like all the galleries that are on offer. The Roman Amphitheater underground sure is something.
Located in the heart of the city this free museum is a lovely quiet hidden gem. With some fantastic art on display you almost have the place to yourself which is nice for a art gallery in London. I vi... read more »
The food was gorgeous and filling. A lovely restaurant with most original features of the original building. A delight to eat in and take in the surroundings. Lovely cocktails too!
Nothing beats going to Guildhall Yard on Shrove Tuesday - February 9th to see the Worshipful Poulter's pancake race. Even better is I can take time to go in to the Guildhall Art Gallery which is actually totally brilliant. I love the Sir Henry Irving (great friend of Bram Stoker) the great Victorian actor and organiser extraordinaire at the Lyceum Theatre London. A statue of Sir Henry is in the basement created by the extremely talented sculptor Edward Onslow Ford. They also have lots of other exhibitions too numerous to mention with of course the visually inspiring ruins of a Roman Amphitheatre. Very highly recommended.
Interesting gallery with paintings and ampitheatre, good place to check out if you dont have anything to do in your lunch at work. As it is small enough to do within 30mins.
This feels a little hidden away, but it's a really interesting gallery. Even less well known is that in the bowels of the museum is a Roman Amphitheatre!
Interesting gallery right in the centre of the city but sufficiently off the tourist trail that you can enjoy it without being crowded out by camera clickers and wailing brats. Free guided tours during the day (about quarter past the hour I think). You can't really miss the centrepiece of the main gallery, John Singleton Copley's huge painting The Defeat of the Floating Batteries at Gibraltar, as the building is almost contracted around it.
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