National Portrait Gallery in London

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The National Portrait Gallery is just around the corner from the National Gallery and is an entertaining way to learn about British history since the Tudors. Visitors walk around the gallery chronologically, viewing portraits of notable figures from British history - from Henry VII, painted by Hans Holbein, to Blur, painted by Julian Opie.
Price: Free except some non-permanent exhibitions
Hours: Daily 10AM-6PM, Thu and Fri until 9PM
Address: St Martin’s Place, WC2H 0HE
Phone: +44 20 73060055
Url: http://www.npg.org.uk/

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